Be a Part of the Peppermint Five Beta Test Group

Peppermint FiveHello Everyone,

It’s that time of year when we choose a batch of 50 dedicated users from around the world to assist us in beta testing the upcoming version of our operating system. Peppermint Five is set to release this Summer and we could use your help putting things to the test, providing feedback and making suggestions to the development team.

Interested? Sounds like fun? Perfect! All you need to do is fill out this online application:

In the next week or two we’ll be sifting through the applications and will send out an email to those who are invited. We really appreciate you taking the time and interest to give us a hand. It means a lot to us here at Peppermint

Kindest regards

Team Peppermint

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Mike Leese

    I’ve just looked at the screenshots for Peppermint 5. What can I say? They’re astounding. Simply elegant.
    However, most of all, I could use it without any problems. Best of all I could see the off button, whereas it took a while with Windows 8. My first computer was a TRS. 80 in 1978. I’m a user of Office and used to use Sage 50 Accounts, before I retired.

  2. Karl Hamacher

    Hi there.
    I am trying out Peppermint now for a couple of days and as far as I can see it works really good.

    There is one exception:
    I installed with LVM encryption to have my data protected.
    But when the computer awakes from STANDBY mode, it does not ask for the password phrase.
    For people needing encryption this is an important mistake.

    I am from Germany, so I apologize for making mistakes in spelling and grammar.


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