In this video, I will be comparing Ubuntu 18.04 and Linux Mint 19 side by Side and in depth, and as you know, I’ll keep it short and on point.
Ubuntu and Linux Mint are the top 2 Linux distributions that come to mind when you want a stable, user-friendly and polished Linux distribution for your desktop or laptop.
Ubuntu and Linux Mint, are very close to each other and at the same time, miles apart.
Both of these distros have a passionate and loyal community behind them and the debate as to which of these two is better has been going on for years.
So which among them is the best? Which among them is more suitable FOR You? Ubuntu or Linux Mint. Let’s find out.
I love both Ubuntu and Linux Mint. Ubuntu is a great distro which revolutionarised the way Linux is consumed. It made Linux accessible to millions of people. It also enabled the not so tech-savvy people to install and use Linux. And Ubuntu provides a great computing experience too.
Now Linux Mint used this amazing distro as the foundation and built on it. Polished it and made something beautiful out of it. Linux Mint just feels so much more natural. It’s maintained a simplicity that is really appreciable. In a time where technology is changing and evolving every day, Linux Mint provides you a consistent and upto date computing experience that you’ll just fall in love with.

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36 Comments

Muhammad Waqas

May 3, 2020

Basically i am new to linux…please recommend me any linux….apart from gui i also want to have CLI because i am also interested in command line….so ubuntu is better or linux mint???

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do pham

May 3, 2020

Ubuntu, opensuse, arch and kali. Never, never, never mint :))

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it's Time

May 3, 2020

Which OS is best for Programming?

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it's Time

May 3, 2020

Which os is best for WordPress Development?

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it's Time

May 3, 2020

Which is best for php Programming?

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Roaster Bhanja

May 3, 2020

Bro are you bengali?

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Nikhil Singh

May 3, 2020

Which distro u use?

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Choke My Chicken

May 3, 2020

I'm using Ubunto 18.04, It's very modern. I might partition my drive and play around with Mint for a few weeks though. I like the look and feel of mint from whats I have seen.

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Dhanesh S

May 3, 2020

U mean Gnome vs cinnamon.

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Arnab Ghosh

May 3, 2020

I have installed Ubuntu 18.04lts on my HP laptop and I have been facing wireless driver issues (both wifi and Bluetooth) ever since. Any idea if that can be resolved in Linux mint?

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Nerdy

May 3, 2020

I like Pop and Mint

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Kristijan Kovacevic

May 3, 2020

I have installed Linux Ubuntu on my main pc for the first time. First time using Linux. Instalation went good, with some login loops, but i found the solution, and now it works ok. But main problem is that i have had Windows 10 before and used HDD and SSD (SSD for OS and HD for all other apps, documents etc.). But now i installed Ubuntu on SSD and my HDD is just hanging in computer case unused becouse i dont know how to format it and "connect" it. HDD is basically pluged and connected, but i need to connect it to OS, if i get it right. Does somebody have solution for me?

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Tuấn Huỳnh Quốc

May 3, 2020

Do you have video about "compare Ubuntu vs Kali Linux" ?

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Carlos

May 3, 2020

I have installed Ubuntu 19.10 and I'm going yo install right now LM 19.3!

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Mas Iyok

May 3, 2020

Absolutely i love linux mint, especially with mate desktop.

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superlupita 777

May 3, 2020

どっちもいい対決……

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Deepak Shivraj

May 3, 2020

which is that shooting game that you are playing?

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Drakilicious

May 3, 2020

Linux Mints biggest advantage is its N00b friendly. … If you've used windows your whole life and want to try linux than most users will have little problem switching to Mint as navigating the interface is very similar and less intimidating.

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Bee aware

May 3, 2020

MXlinux is the BEST distro. Once you have used it you will distrohop no more!!!!

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Francesco Parisi

May 3, 2020

of course the original one: ubuntu

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Cube Solver

May 3, 2020

I think I'm coming back to mint …

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Chalice In Chains

May 3, 2020

I started with Mint, tried several different distros including Ubuntu 18.04 and 19.10 but I didn't like it. I always end up going back to Mint. I love it

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Sunny Valley

May 3, 2020

Great video! But lose the background music, it's very distracting!

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changho park

May 3, 2020

mint…thankyou

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ravi teja ruthala

May 3, 2020

Which os will start up quickly, mint or ubuntu ?

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blram saha

May 3, 2020

Usb thetering to estsblish wired network using usb data cable doesn't work in ubuntu!! I have been facing this issue since very long also the help guide steps are not that relevant to trouble shoot the issue related to networking or internet ?? So, had to switch back to windows again bcoz of lack of networking drivers support in ubuntu !!

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sandor szilagyi

May 3, 2020

Linux mint the Best !!!!

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Joja

May 3, 2020

Mint is more rescource friendly
But if i had 8 gb ram i would go with ubuntu

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Cyrus Korir

May 3, 2020

Linux Mint 19.3 wasn't stable for me, likewise Ubuntu 19.10…. the best for me would be Ubuntu 18.04 though of course it consumes slightly more resources than equivalent Linux Mint

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Siddarth Aursang

May 3, 2020

I have installed Linux mint in my desktop and I bought a new WiFi adapter which support this os but I unable to install the driver I am totally distracted…for this one reason I wanted to switch back to windows.. please help me to fix and stay with Linux…..

I am waiting for your reply

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KD7BWB

May 3, 2020

This video was in my Youtube recommended page…

About half of all Linux is based on Ubuntu core.

This includes Mint. That is a fact.

The reason this is the case is two fold.

1). Ubuntu has a App Store. Mint uses this store. Get it?

2). Ubuntu, operated by Canonical, has access to the Canonical driver library. This explains why everything that can run Ubuntu, can run on Mint.

Everything else boils down to look and feel… and personal preference.

I use Ubuntu.

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Trinity

May 3, 2020

thank you for the info

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Itsonly Me

May 3, 2020

Neither, both crap!

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Tanzeel Mirza

May 3, 2020

Is 16 GB pendrive enough for making bootable USB for Linux mint?

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Brian Campbell

May 3, 2020

brian@brian-iMac:~$

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Zohaib Ahmed

May 3, 2020

Are all Linux distros always slightly laggy? Animations are certainly not as smooth as windows. I'm saying this from my experience and these review videos

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