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Here are the best features of Linux Mint 18

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According to the latest blog post, the upcoming Linux Mint 18 will be codenamed Sarah. While most of you might discard the name as carrying very little importance other than the fact that it’s just a random codename, fact of the matter is that Linux Mint 18 has been codenamed Sarah because of a very important reason. According to Clem Lefebvre, who is the head of Linux Mint, states that in the languages Arabic, Hebrew and Persian, Sarah’s literal meaning is a woman belonging to a very high rank.

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