Ubuntu Cinnamon 20.04 arrives doing homework to present its serious candidacy to become an official flavor

Ubuntu Cinnamon 20.04

Six months ago, Canonical launched the Eoan Ermine family. Shortly before we found out that a new distribution was being developed that intended to become an official flavor, a version of Ubuntu that would use Cinnamon as a graphical environment. The stable version arrived several months later than the official flavors and it seems that this time they have wanted to redeem themselves and Ubuntu Cinnamon 20.04 It has come moments before Ubuntu Budgie made its version of Focal Fossa available to us.

Today's was likely the last or penultimate time Ubuntu Cinnamon can get ahead of a release. Within six months or a year it should become the official flavor number 9, a position that Ubuntu GNOME held until Canonical decided to reuse the famous graphical environment in Ubuntu 18.10. In any case, Ubuntu Cinnamon 20.04 has released a new stable version today and these are their news.

Highlights of Ubuntu Cinnamon 20.04

  • Cinnamon 4.4x:
    • Nemo as a file manager.
    • Menu that now distinguishes applications with the same name.
    • Calamares-settings-cinnamon-remix 20: 20.04.6.
    • New layer.
    • Ability to change the interface layer to different styles.
    • Lots of custom tweaks for this layout.
  • The on-screen keyboard can be activated in the screen saver.
  • Screen saver fade has been removed.
  • Added new option for privacy settings for internet checking.
  • Customizing the desktop, windows and panels is now easier.
  • HiDPI support.
  • Improved startup animation.
  • Some points have been improved and partially rewritten.

We remember that Ubuntu Cinnamon 20.04, although it already looks very good, It is still not an official flavor, but everything seems to indicate that it will be in the coming months. If you are interested in using this Ubuntu cinnamon flavor, you just have to download one of the ISO images that are already available at this link.


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  1.   Coke said

    I'm testing Minimal version 20.04, (good that this option exists) for now it works fine, of course it's like Mint with Ubuntu XD flavor, it sounds weird.

    Although it is seen as certain bugs in the panel, when the menu or similar is loaded, but for now it works fine.