Ubuntu 18.10: What's New?

We review Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish, the latest stable release of Ubuntu to see what's new.

With a brand new look and improved performance, we ask if it's worth upgrading to Ubuntu 18.10 from the 18.04 release back in April.

★ 18 Things to do after installing Ubuntu 18.10:

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Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish : See What's New

Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish the new release of Ubuntu linux Distribution, this release ships with latest GNOME 3.30 as default desktop enviroment and Powered by a Linux kernel 4.18 series. Also include new Yaru theme, the bold, the frivolous, yet distinctly Ubuntu saw further improvements and touchups. Integrates beautifully with GNOME 3.30 Desktop and improves usability with its careful use of semantic colors.

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Ubuntu 19.04 is Named ‘Disco Dingo’ Ubuntu 19.04 is Named ‘Disco Dingo’.! Ubuntu!
The name of Ubuntu 19.04 has been revealed — and it’s definitely a distinctive decision!As listed on Launchpad, the home of Ubuntu development, the Ubuntu 19.04 name is logged as “Disco Dingo”.Ubuntu 19.04 will be the next stable Ubuntu release and come backed by 9 months of updates. It’s due for release in April 2019.Thus far there’s no alliteratively littered blogpost from Ubuntu’s space-faring founder Mark Shuttleworth, the sort that would cement the new name within our collective consciousness, but in many ways the name speaks for itself…What’s in a name?The codename of each Ubuntu release is traditionally made up of an adjective (a descriptive word) and an animal, both beginning with the same letter.But that’s only partly true this time.The word Disco is actually both a noun and a verb rather than adjective. A disco is a type of club or party at which p…

Ubuntu 18.10 will be released this October :)

Ubuntu 18.10 will be released this October, and we already have information about the new Ubuntu’s features, changes, release date, and more.

Some of you requested an article for 18.10 like we did one for Ubuntu 18.04, so here it is. Though it’s still relatively early, there is some information available about the new features, what will be changed, the name, and more.

Communitheme, the theme that was originally developed for Ubuntu 18.04, will be the new default theme in 18.10. This is a whole new, fresh look to Ubuntu. The developers are still working on the theme and there may be more changes and style updates. As of Late July 2018, Communitheme is known by its new name – Yaru.

GNOME 3.30 The newest version of GNOME, 3.30, is scheduled for release this September, which means it’s likely that Ubuntu 18.10 will use the newest version of GNOME, though this still hasn’t been confirmed.

Android Integration by Default
Ubuntu 18.10 will likely ship with an Android integration app by defau…

A first look at Ubuntu 18.04 LTS desktop - Ubuntu's long-term support desktop is a welcome refresh.

Last month, Canonical released Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (codenamed "Bionic Beaver"), the latest long-term support version of the Ubuntu Linux distribution. Ars is working on a full review of the release, but I wanted to share some first impressions of the desktop, which is a major advance over the last LTS version.

Canonical made a bit of a U-turn in its interface plans while developing the last interim release of Ubuntu (17.10, codenamed "Artful Aardvark")—dropping development of its homegrown Unity interface and application launcher (as well as development of an Ubuntu phone), saying goodbye to the Ambiance interface theme of old and embracing the GNOME 3.28 desktop instead. Also significant is the integration of Snapcraft's "snap" format—a universal containerized installer format for packaged applications on all Linux platforms—into Ubuntu's application store.

Ubuntu had settled on the Wayland display server for 17.10 as a default because Canonical wan…

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This list of things to do after installing Ubuntu 18.04 helps you get started with Bionic Beaver for a smoother desktop experience. Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver releases today. You are perhaps already aware of the new features in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS release. If not, here’s the video review of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS: Subscribe to YouTube Channel for more Ubuntu Videos If you opted to install Ubuntu 18.04, I have listed out a few recommended steps that you can follow to get started with it.

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