Ubuntu Linux is a very user-friendly desktop distribution (distro) of Linux that has played a significant role in bringing the Linux operating system to the ‘general’ public of computer users. It had become a success story of the strengths of the free and open-source software methodology of design software.
Many people have come to fall in love with the Linux desktop through Ubuntu. In as much that Ubuntu rules in the Linux desktop sphere, it now runs on a lot of useful hardware architectures. Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu’s development, has released an infographic to show Ubuntu’s power and ubiquitous-ness. Have a look:
Quite graphic, right? If you want to try Ubuntu you can install it here.
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