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Mint is similar enough to Ubuntu that you will have no problems adjusting to it.
That said, it has a few minor differences that many users prefer. Namely... no Unity.
It also comes loaded with a few extra things, like multimedia codecs.
I'd say that it's worth either a dual-boot setup, or a VM installation at the very least.
Hey Jayd what is wrong with ubuntu unity it seems like nice thing that they have added it is unlike windows etc and it is not that complicated to use. Can you elaborate bit more on unity please.
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I wasn't trying to imply that anything was wrong with Unity. Sorry if I gave that impression.
It's just that a lot of long time Linux users (myself included) just aren't comfortable with it, mainly for personal preference reasons.
That said, if you like Unity, then don't let me stop you from using it!
But have you tried other DEs? Like KDE, MATE, or Xfce? Or even the lighter WMs like Openbox or IceWM?
That's all that I meant by it.
No worries mate! I'm trying to install mint on my laptop I ilke to see the dffrence between the mint and ubuntu.