On Sun, 2007-11-11 at 00:32 +0000, Chris Rowson wrote:
She preferred it to Ubuntu because the 'start menu' was located in the
bottom left where she expected it to be; and that by having only one
panel, the interfaces took up less screen real estate (which is
important on her old 1024x768 laptop display.
I have never quite understood this argument, or the "it's brown" one.
The panels are very configurable, so you could have exactly what Linux
Mint gives you with standard Ubuntu and a dozen or so mouse clicks.