Ubuntu 20.04 and Linux Mint 20-comparison table

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Ubuntu is derived from the rich foundation of Debian. It provides a powerful impetus for the servers that provide many valuable applications and services around the world every day, and will continue to provide power for it. Looking at Canonical’s current dazzling armor, it is clear that the team behind the excellent product has done so much passion and hard work, most of which are OpenSource. Canonical released Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on April 23, 2020, with outstanding new features and outstanding improvements.

During this period, Linux Mint has been behind the scenes to produce its new Linux Mint 20 LTS Edition. In order to clarify and lay the foundation, let us briefly introduce the root of Linux Mint and the motivation behind the project. It should be known that Linux Mint has always been based on Debian and Ubuntu. This trend has not changed because the new Linux Mint 20 is based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (the latest long-term supported version of Ubuntu).

The purpose of Linux Mint is to produce a powerful, easy-to-use modern, elegant and comfortable operating system. Although Ubuntu Desktop is also easy to use, most people who transition from Windows to Linux can quickly find that Linux Mint is close to their habits.

Ubuntu and Linux Mint are excellent distributions, and we will compare their side-by-side features with awesome readers in the table below and put them together.

Feature comparison

Features Ubuntu 20.04 Linux Mint 20
Release dateApril 23, 2020June 25, 2020
based onUbuntu 20.04 is based on DebianMint 20 is based on Ubuntu 20.04
CodeFocal pointUliana
Linux kernelLinux 5.4 kernelLinux 5.4 kernel
Support periodSupport Ubuntu 20.04 to 2025Linux Mint 20 will receive security updates until 2025
32-bit | 64-bitUbuntu 20.04 does not have a 32-bit systemMint 20 does not have a 32-bit system
Default display serverXorg is the default display serverXorg is the default display server
Window managerVisual and performance improvements included with GNOME 3.36Cinnamon, MATE and Xfce variants
CatchPromote Snap usageBy default, Snapd is disabled and APT is prohibited from using Snapd
WireGuard supportWireGuard has been backported to kernel 5.4WireGuard is not available by default
Fractional zoomSupport decimal zoom, but need to open itMulti-display supports decimal scaling
pierYou now have the opportunity to delete the Dock using the extension appLinux Mint uses a different desktop manager, so there is no docking problem
Visual effectsUbuntu 20.04 enhances the default Yaru theme with three flavors: light, dark and standardIn addition to green, there are more colors emphasized, such as Aqua, pink, blue and green
NvidiaGood Nvidia Optimus supportBetter Nvidia Optimus support
Cool bagDrive can be formatted with ZFS during Ubuntu 20.04 installationNo local support for installing Mint on ZFS file system

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For those who love Ubuntu and Linux Mint, it is another half year of fun and working with their favorite distribution. We thank Canonical, Linux Mint and the community for their thoughts back to buzz, shuffle, ups and downs, ups and downs, and other blessings to add light to the entire world. We hope that they will continue the magic they do every few years at a time of peace and fruitfulness.

For you, our readers, thank you for passing by to receive and discard your daily juices. If you are inspired, you can check Mint 20 and Ubuntu 20.04 and feel them on a personal level. Otherwise, we thank you for your continued support and thank you for reading through.

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