The most awaited Ubuntu LTS release is now available for download worldwide. Canonical has released Ubuntu 18.04 LTS on 26 April 2018. This LTS release involves plenty of bug fixes, security updates, and newer Linux kernel which also offers the brand new functionality of GNU/Linux.
As usual like other LTS release, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS also offers Long Term Support for 5 years. Users who do not want to download the ISO can simply update to Ubuntu 18.04 via software updater.
We are aware that canonical have discontinued the support of Unity and Ubuntu phone project. But just like Ubuntu 17.10, the new Ubuntu long term release has also shipped with Gnome 3.28 with updated extensions.
Canonical has also released an option of “minimal install” during installation of Ubuntu. This will enable users to install fewer applications and utilities excluding some packages.
Here is the some screenshots of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
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Watch the below video for more information about Ubuntu 18.04:
Here are the Some featured updates of Ubuntu 18.04:
- Gnome Desktop environment is updated to 3.28
- Latest Libre Office of 6.0
- To-Do Application is installed by default
- Minimal install option has been introduced
- Emojis are now enabled by default
- Gnome on X.Org is the default login option where Gnome on wayland is available for testing purposes. It will be stable on next Ubuntu LTS release.
- Linux Kernel is updated to 4.15