The Ubuntu 19.10 release features a huge set of changes and tweaks. Learn what's new in Ubuntu 19.10 'Eoan Ermine' and how to download it.
Official support for Ubuntu 19.10 'Eoan Ermine' end on July 17, 2020. Canonical advise users to upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, the next stable release, soon.
Our poll to find the best Ubuntu release of the past ten years has concluded. In this post we reveal the Ubuntu version readers crowned their winner.
Learn how to hide mounted drives on the Ubuntu Dock in Ubuntu 19.10. The feature automatically adds dock icons for USB drives, SD cards and remote mounts.
The future of Ubuntu on the Raspberry Pi family is looking pretty fresh, with Canonical unveiling a new roadmap outlining official support for the boards.
A major bug in Ubuntu 19.10 could be automatically sharing the contents of your Pictures, Video and Music folders with other users on the same network.
Ubuntu 19.10 makes it easier to share media between Ubuntu and smart TVs, games consoles, and other computers via DLNA receiver clients like VLC.
Canonical Software Engineer Daniel Van Vugt provides detail on the work done to improve the performance of GNOME Shell in Ubuntu 19.10
Pop!_OS 19.10 is now available to download and install. Based on Ubuntu 19.10, Pop OS 19.10 features a dark mode, GNOME 3.34, and offline upgrading.
Here’s our list of things to do after you install Ubuntu 19.10 “Eoan Ermine” because hey: this stuff is good to know! For the record, we’ve written a list of ‘things to do after installing […]
You can download Ubuntu 19.10 'Eoan Ermine' directly from the Ubuntu website. The Ubuntu 19.10 release features many improvements.
Our Ubuntu 19.10 video whisks you through all of the 'Eoan Ermine's new changes and features, plus our take on whether you should install it!
A collection of Ubuntu 19.10 screenshots to guide you through the major changes and new features included in Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine.