"I've been an Ubuntu fan for some time now. No matter which
distro I tried, I always found it lacked some feature or another
and I eventually made my way back to Ubuntu. Then I found Mint.
Linux Mint is a derivative of Ubuntu which is a derivative of
Debian (Debian' = Ubuntu and Ubuntu' = Linux Mint). Why use a
derivative of Ubuntu (or Debian for that matter) instead of just
using the original product?
"Simple: The derivative is better.
"What makes Linux Mint better than Ubuntu you ask? There are a
few things that come to mind:"