Download Ubuntu One for Windows XP, Vista and 7

The personal cloud that brings your digital life together. For Windows XP, Vista and 7.

Ubuntu One is the personal cloud that brings your digital life together, so you can enjoy your content, your way, wherever you are. With our suite of cloud services including storage, sync, sharing and streaming - you have immediate access to your music collection, favorite photos, videos, important documents and more, at any time and from any device.

Ubuntu One is easy to install and easy to use – everyone gets our sync services and 5 GB of storage for free, and if you pay a little extra, you can add Music Streaming and Storage to suit your own needs.

Your personal cloud

Ubuntu One makes it easy to back up, sync and access your files, folders, photos and music from anywhere. Simply select which folders you want to sync to your personal cloud by adding them to the sync list. Ubuntu One will take care of the rest.

Access files from anywhere

Out and about or travelling the world? With Ubuntu One it’s easy to access all your folders, files and photos wherever you are. You can manage your Ubuntu One personal cloud from any computer via the web or install Ubuntu One on additional computers. You can even access and share files and photos from your Android device. And, with our Music Streaming service, you can listen to your entire music collection on your Android or iPhone device too!

Share and collaborate

Need to collaborate on a presentation with colleagues? Want to share your holiday pictures with friends and family? Sharing with Ubuntu One is easy and secure. You can invite someone to share your files, or create a short link and post it to your social spaces like Facebook and Twitter.

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brain_death said,
Ubuntu sucks, Linux rules. Go on flame/edit me bitches... XD

Ubuntu is Linux, its a Linux Distro... smartass.

Emil2k said,

Ubuntu is Linux, its a Linux Distro... smartass.

[obvious] Hey, thanks for telling me something I *so* didn't know... [/obvious]

And it's *it's* btw, just fyi.

brain_death said,

[obvious] Hey, thanks for telling me something I *so* didn't know... [/obvious]

And it's *it's* btw, just fyi.

[obvious] Hey, thanks for telling me something I *so* didn't know... [/obvious]

....fyi.

Ubuntu One has been in use since 2009 and is integrated into the operating system. People thinking it's some new cloud-thing trying to get in on all the cloud hype or don't know what the point of it is compared to other online storage services just don't know it too well.

lunamonkey said,

Lol, read much?

The same folks behind Ubuntu (the Linux distribution) are behind Ubuntu One (which, in fact, was originally Linux-only) - Canonical. This is, in fact, the first I've heard of a *Windows* client for Ubuntu One - which is making multi-booting different operating systems more practical (the one big problem with cloud clients is that most are tied to one OS or another - and Linux is just as guilty as MacOS and Windows).

lunamonkey said,

Lol, read much?

The same folks behind Ubuntu (the Linux distribution) are behind Ubuntu One (which, in fact, was originally Linux-only) - Canonical. This is, in fact, the first I've heard of a *Windows* client for Ubuntu One - which is making multi-booting different operating systems more practical (the one big problem with cloud clients is that most are tied to one OS or another - and Linux is just as guilty as MacOS and Windows).

lunamonkey said,

Lol, read much?

The same folks behind Ubuntu (the Linux distribution) are behind Ubuntu One (which, in fact, was originally Linux-only) - Canonical. This is, in fact, the first I've heard of a *Windows* client for Ubuntu One - which is making multi-booting different operating systems more practical (the one big problem with cloud clients is that most are tied to one OS or another - and Linux is just as guilty as MacOS and Windows).

Lets see:

I downloaded the installer, started the installation, hung up on C++ redist files, even that I had the latest ones installed, after 2~3 minutes finished install. I tried creating new account, reminded me that user with that email, exists, requested pass reset, got a new one, tried again, application crashed. Tried uninstall, could not continue because the files were still in use, killed zombie apps, used IObit Uninstaller to complete uninstall, finished, deleted leftover files, ran ccleaner, restarted PC, never looked back.

UbuntuOne will have to do much better to be on par or even close to Dropbox, Wuala, SkyDrive. For now, I will stick to my Dropbox (use 7-ZiP files with password protection, and hope for the best)

GeekTech Solutions said,
For now, I will stick to my Dropbox (use 7-ZiP files with password protection, and hope for the best)

if you really want your stuff secure i would probably stick with TrueCrypt and make a file container and upload those as you can use keyfiles on those

Gigi Buffon said,
Now why ANYONE would want to use a service with 5GB free storage instead of SkyDrive which offers 25 GB FREE storage is beyond me.

Because in total it is 30GB

The Dark Knight said,

Add Mesh to that and you've got 60GB!


I thought Live Mesh WAS SkyDrive? At least the synching component of it.

Gigi Buffon said,
Now why ANYONE would want to use a service with 5GB free storage instead of SkyDrive which offers 25 GB FREE storage is beyond me.
Because SkyDrive has said that they will hand your data over to authorities with no due process.

yay another cloud storage solution....I've mentioned before that I'm not a cynic of cloud services per say...I just don't believe they suit everyone and that everyone actually needs them.

It's a nice way to get people hooked. GMail is the perfect example...good Webmail, slowly integrate other services to it.

For me it's like 3D - it was created for one specific niché reason and now it's being pimped out to all and sundry as though it's the second coming. It's a good idea, but potentially not for everyone!

Wiggz said,
yay another cloud storage solution....I've mentioned before that I'm not a cynic of cloud services per say...I just don't believe they suit everyone and that everyone actually needs them.

Ubuntu One is pretty old now. People were using it long before they heard anything about these other "cloud" services.