We can exclusively share with you the official disc artwork for the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS CD and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server releases.
Development Update The Precise Pangolin Beta 2 is set to be released on Thursday, the 29th, If you feel comfortable testing beta releases, get the latest daily build and keep it updated. Donâ€™t forget to […]
The second beta release of Ubuntu 12.04 is now available to download.
We have a lot of ‘L’ (Love) for the other ‘L’ in the Ubuntu family (Lubuntu) here on OMG! Ubuntu!. And its forthcoming 12.04 release is shaping up to be the best yet, boasting a […]
Unity 5.8 landed in Ubuntu 12.04 this weekend - but what's new and what's improved? Let's take a quick gander...
Development Update We are only five weeks away from the release of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Next week we expect the Beta 2 release to go out and afterwards only important fixes will go in. 26th […]
From a poll of thousands, 13 photographic wallpapers have been chosen for inclusion in Ubuntu 12.04. As with previous releases, the submissions were picked through an open contest run on social networking site Flickr.
Many first time users of Ubuntu’s Unity interface become slightly confusing by one aspect of the Launcher’s behaviour: minimising app windows. Coming from Windows, KDE, or other similar desktop environment, the first expectation of the […]
Come April 26th and the release of Ubuntu 12.04 a vast number of Ubuntu users will be getting their first taste of the Unity desktop since its basic beginnings as the Ubuntu Netbook Remix in the last LTS. But for all of the innovation, aesthetics and features that the unity desktop offers there is a chance that, for many, the change will be too much. But Unity is only one desktop environment available to install in Ubuntu.
There are many ways to install Ubuntu on a computer, some of which are simpler and easier than others. WUBI (Windows Ubuntu Installer) is an example of the easy approach. It offers the Ubuntu curious a relatively safe way to install Ubuntu on their PC from within Windows - negating the need for disk partitioning and adding an easy way to 'uninstall it' through Windows 'Add or Remove' feature. But changes to way the way the tool is provided in Ubuntu 12.04 are now being discussed.
We recently ran a poll in conjunction with the Ubuntu Design Team to seek out your preferred option for the default Unity launcher behaviour for multi-monitor usage in Ubuntu 12.04. Almost 13,000 of you voted in that poll, and, based on those results, a decision on the default behaviour has been decided by the Ubuntu Design Team.
Ubuntu 12.04 has been adding much needed functionality to many of its default apps though new ‘quicklists’.