Ubuntu's upcoming 21.10 distro is far ahead of Windows 10 and 11 in performance in some of the applications as per a report. The performance is especially impressive in CPUs-intense workloads.
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Canonical has released Ubuntu 20.04.3 to the general public. It includes all the latest security updates saving you time after install. It also comes with support for newer hardware.
Canonical and Google have announced that Ubuntu Pro is now available for Google Cloud. This version of Ubuntu is aimed at enterprise users and those who want to run production systems.
Canonical is urging users wanting to keep Ubuntu 16.04 to enable Extended Support Maintenance to continue getting important security updates. ESM is available through Ubuntu Advantage subscriptions.
Canonical has announced full enterprise support for Kubernetes 1.21 which was launched today. Canonical supports Kubernetes across a range of platforms including workstations, IoT, and edge.
Canonical has announced the release of Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS. The new ISO brings all the latest security and software updates and it includes a newer Linux kernel featuring better hardware support.
Canonical has announced Ubuntu Core 20. The new release is a stripped back version of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS that's aimed at IoT devices and embedded systems. It includes several new security features.
Canonical has revealed that Ubuntu 21.04 will be codenamed 'Hirsute Hippo' which means hairy hippo in plain English. It will be supported for nine months following release on April 22nd.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla. This update comes with Linux Kernel 5.8, GNOME 3.38, and a plethora of other new and updated packages. It's supported until July 2021.
Canonical has announced the availability of Ubuntu 16.04.7 and Ubuntu 18.04.5. Mostly, they just roll all the latest patches into new disc images but the latter adds new hardware support too.
Canonical has released the first point release for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. In bundles all the updates available so far into the ISO saving time post-install. Ubuntu 18.04 LTS users are now able to upgrade.
Canonical has announced the availability of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. The new update comes with GNOME 3.36, a new dark mode, and the refreshed Yaru theme. It also includes some security enhancements.
Canonical has released the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS beta. It comes with an updated GNOME desktop, a newer Linux kernel which adds support for newer hardware, and an updated Yaru theme to enhance Ubuntu's UI.
Canonical, the firm behind Ubuntu Linux, has announced the availability of LXD 4.0 LTS. It brings VM support as well as many improvements. It's available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Canonical has released the fourth point release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. This update rolls in the latest updates saving you time post-installation. It also enables support for newer hardware.
Canonical has announced Anbox Cloud, a new solution for enterprises that want to run Android apps from the cloud allowing easy, secure, and containerised access for its intended user base.
Canonical has announced that Ubuntu 19.04 will reach its end-of-life on January 23. If you're still running this version be sure to upgrade to Ubuntu 19.10 if you want to get security patches.
Canonical has announced the release of Ubuntu 19.10. This is the final version before Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, which is due next April. Ubuntu 19.10 comes with GNOME 3.34, ZFS support, and Linux kernel 5.3.
Canonical has announced the availability of the Ubuntu 19.10 beta images. The next few weeks will allow the public to test the software and report any bugs before the stable version is released.
Canonical has said that it will conduct a multi-cycle effort to improve the state of the ZFS file system on Ubuntu desktop and eventually server releases. Ubuntu 19.10 will see the first improvements.
Canonical is set to pull support for Ubuntu 18.10 on Thursday. It's recommended that if you still run this version that you update to Ubuntu 19.04 now so that you continue to receive security updates.
Linux Mint's Clement Lefebvre has announced that Linux Mint 20 will ship without support for 32-bit computers. Computers with 64-bit CPUs have been out since 2003 so it shouldn't affect many people.
Canonical has finally decided that the next version of Ubuntu will carry the codename Eoan Ermine, which is really just a fancy name for a stoat. Ubuntu 19.10 is due for release in mid-October.
Canonical has just released Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo. The update is not a Long Term Support release so it shall only be supported for nine months. The update comes with a new kernel and GNOME version.
Canonical has updated snap in order to make software open up much quicker. By including fontconfig cache binaries in snap, it made GUI applications open between two and six times faster.
Canonical has released the beta for Ubuntu 19.04 which is due for release next month. The beta is representative of the features that will ship next month and there shouldn't be any major bugs.
Canonical has released the latest point release for Ubuntu 18.04. It includes new graphics and kernel software for clean installations but otherwise just includes additional security updates.
Canonical has told organizations that they should prepare to buy Extended Security Maintenance if they wish to continue getting security updates on Ubuntu 14.04 after it reaches end-of-life in April.
Canonical has released Ubuntu Core 18, a stripped down version of Ubuntu 18.04 aimed at IoT devices. The new version is supported for 10 years. Canonical has focused on security and reliability.
Canonical has released a slew of data pertaining to its homegrown snap packages. The firm said that 100,000 packages are being installed every single day, which equates to three million a month.
Canonical has released a trove of user statistics it has been collecting since the release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS six months ago. The data collection was opt-in and reveals many interesting findings.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish. This release brings a whole new theme and icon pack, marking one of the biggest graphical changes in its history. It's supported until July 2019.
Canonical has announced that Plex, the media streaming platform, is now available as a snap package via the snapcraft website. Snaps offer users more protection and allow for easier maintenance.
Canonical has released the beta versions of Ubuntu 18.10 'Cosmic Cuttlefish' and the other derivative flavours. The firm also released upgrade instructions for users on Ubuntu 18.04.
Canonical and Opera have announced the availability of the Opera web browser as a snap for Linux systems. Snaps install apps in a secure container so they can't infect the rest of the system.
Canonical and Dell have announced that Ubuntu 18.04 is now available for pre-install on the latest iteration of the Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition. It's available in the U.S. now and in Europe soon.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 18.04.1. If you're running 18.04 already, just apply available updates to move up to 18.04.1. If you're on Ubuntu 16.04, you can now upgrade to Ubuntu 18.04.1 too.
Microsoft has published its PowerShell Core program as a snap package. Snaps make installation easier as you don't need to manually install software dependencies and you get updates automatically.
Two apps being distributed through the Ubuntu Snap Store were found to run a сryptocurrency miner in the background. Canonical has since removed them but the Store is still vulnerable to such apps.
Canonical released today a new LTS version of Ubuntu, 18.04, which will be supported until April 2023. It arrives with several new features and some major changes to the user interface and experience.