The first Ubuntu 20.04 point release is here. In this post we recap Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS's change, show how you can get it, and look at why it's important.
The Ubuntu 20.04.1 point release is due for release on July 23, 2020. The update doesn't have a new hardware enablement stack but is notable for LTS users.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is now certified for the Raspberry Pi. The support for the successful single board computer includes additional testing and security fixes.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS's improved GNOME Shell performance didn't arrive out of nowhere. Now, in a new forum post the Ubuntu dev behind the effort explains more.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is now available to download from the Microsoft Store on Windows 10, arriving just ahead of May 2020 Windows 10 feature update and WSL 2.
You can login to Ubuntu using your fingerprint in the latest LTS release, but Ubuntu and GNOME devs are working together to improve the experience.
Check out our list of things to do after you install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS 'Focal Fossa'. Follow these ten top tips to get more from your new Ubuntu install.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is now available to download, six (rather hectic) months after development on the release first began. This is the final, stable release of Ubuntu 20.04, codename ‘Focal Fossa’. It comes with 5 […]
If you upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS you’ll find that your new OS looks and behaves a bit differently from the one you were running before. This is because the cumulative […]
Want to know more about Ubuntu 20.04? Watch this release video. It whisks you through the 'Focal Fossa's best features, from faster boot speeds to ZFS.
Here's an easy way to sample the changes included in Ubuntu 20.04 but without the hassle of needing to download the distro first! Yes, it's screenshot tour.
Do you plan to upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS? That's what we're asking in our latest poll, so come vote whether you plan to upgrade or install now or never!