Ubuntu is one of the smoothest Linux distros I have ever seen in my Linux life.
Canonical has released their Ubuntu 19.04 non-LTS version for desktop computers. Its code name is “Disco Dingo“. There are so many numbers of new features in this non-LTS release. I listed some of them below.
- LibreOffice v6.6.2
- Linux Kernel v5.0
- Well Improved Audio Settings
- GNOME v3.32 Desktop Improved
- Some packages were Updated(Php, Python, Ruby)
Minimum Requirement for Install Ubuntu 19.04 non-LTS version:
- 2 GB RAM Memory
- VGA that support to 1024×768 screen resolution
- Dual Core Processor (2GHz or more)
- 20 GB HDD space
- Internet Access (It’s optional but helpful)
Installing the correct Graphics Card driver is one of the most annoying things on Ubuntu. But this release delivers a surprise For Nvidia Graphics Card users.
Before to Ubuntu 19.04, non-LTS release users needed to check the Software & Updates menu, select the “Additional Drivers” and then choose the option for proprietary drivers. Now it’s just a Simple task on this release, clicking the Third-party button during the installation.
That 3rd party button means the proprietary driver will be downloaded to your machine. Yes! an internet connection is required.
That’s all for this article. To download Ubuntu 19.04 non-LTS version from their official site, Click the following link:
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