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Security is very important but also very technical. Vulnerabilities don't always affect your computer and can be quite difficult to understand. Most people don't understand them at all and their personal computers are rarely at risk. That said, a security breach can have dire consequences, so it is always recommended to take them seriously.
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/updates.page:29(p)
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Software updates aren't as important. They bring bug fixes or improvements which are not related to security.
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/updates.page:31(p)
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In Linux Mint, kernel updates bring both security patches and bug fixes (and sometimes even new features), and they impact critical parts of the operating system. This makes kernel updates important from a security point of view, but also prone to regressions which can be hard to fix for novice users.
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/updates.page:33(p) usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/kernels.page:23(p)
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When faced with a serious regression, restore the latest system snapshot.
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/snapshots.page:16(desc)
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System snapshots
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/snapshots.page:19(title) usr/share/linuxmint/mintupdate/main.ui.h:18
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Timeshift, the system snapshot utility, is available in all versions of Linux Mint.
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/snapshots.page:21(p)
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It can be used to create snapshots manually but also to automate system snapshots.
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/snapshots.page:23(p)
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Linux Mint recommends the automation of daily and boot snapshots.
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/snapshots.page:25(p)
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If an update, a mistake, a bug or a malicious program breaks something on your computer, you can restore the operating system from any snapshot, thus cancelling the problem as if it never happened.
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/snapshots.page:27(p)
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System snapshots only cover the operating system itself. They do not include or affect your personal data.
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Located in usr/share/help/C/mintupdate/snapshots.page:29(p)
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