Ubuntu 19.04 support ends on January 23, 2020. Canonical recommend that anyone still running the 'Disco Dingo' upgrade to Ubuntu 19.10 'Eoan Ermine'.
Ubuntu has confirmed plans to drop all support for 32-bit (i386) systems going forward, beginning with the upcoming Ubuntu 19.10 release.
A list of things to do after installing Ubuntu 19.04 to help you get more from the latest Ubuntu release. Discover neat tools, top tips & useful tweaks.
Ubuntu 19.04 is out, and so too are new versions of official ubuntu flavors, including Ubuntu MATE, Kubuntu, Xubuntu and more. We recap the key changes.
Our Ubuntu 19.04 video whizzes you through all of the key features and changes the 'Disco Dingo' ships with, plus our take on whether you should install it!
Learn how to upgrade to Ubuntu 19.04 from 18.10. Run the latest Ubuntu Linux release without needing to do a fresh install on your laptop, PC or server.
Do you plan to upgrade to Ubuntu 19.04 when it's release on April 18? That's the question we're asking in our new reader poll, so whatever your plans, be sure to let us know!
Download the beta of Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo and help test the next major update of the Linux-based operating system due for release in April.
The Ubuntu 19.04 desktop wallpaper has been revealed – the one that you, me, and other Ubuntu users will stare at for the next six months!
The Ubuntu 19.04 mascot artwork has been unveiled by Canonical. The official 'Disco Dingo' logo will be used in promo materials.
This year (2019) promises to be a bumper one for Ubuntu. We’ve got two all-new short-term releases ahead of us: Ubuntu 19.04 mid April and Ubuntu 19.10 in late October. Both release will be packed full of […]
Prep a partition because Ubuntu 19.04 daily builds are now available to download. A new “Disco Dingo” daily build will be produced each and every day from now until the Ubuntu 19.04 release date in April […]