Over 20 million users trust Ubuntu.
In the cloud, on your desktop, and soon on all your mobile devices too.
Whether you're running a Fortune 500 company or winding down at the end of a long day, you can trust Ubuntu to help you get the job done.
If you're upgrading from an earlier version of Ubuntu there are a lot of new features and changes worth checking out.
Welcome to your desktop
Ubuntu comes with many apps already installed the first time log in with more ready to install from the Ubuntu Software Centre.
Organising and sharing your photos has never been easier with Shotwell on your Ubuntu desktop. With Flickr and Facebook integrated right in the app, you won’t even need to leave your albums to share your latest photos.
It’s just one of many apps in Ubuntu that help you share your memories with family and friends from the moment you log in to when you’re back to making more.
Whether you’re at the office, writing an essay, or sending a rover to Mars, Ubuntu can help you get your work done too.
With the fully featured office suite LibreOffice and the Firefox browser already installed in Ubuntu, you're ready to go from the second you log in.
LibreOffice comes with apps for word processing, presentation creation, and spreadsheets. You’ll never need to pay for another office suite upgrade again!
But when you’re away from the office and just want to relax, Ubuntu has your back.
With Steam and Linux support from indie hits like Minecraft and Amnesia to AAA titles like Metro: Last Light and the upcoming Civilization: Beyond Earth, Ubuntu fires on all cylinders while you’re winding down at the end of a long day.
Ubuntu’s core is Linux, which powers over half of the world’s servers. So you can rest assured your business is in good hands when it’s powered by Ubuntu.
Whether you rely on cloud servers to meet your company’s computing demands or a single server to run your blog, Ubuntu runs on more hardware than ever on more cloud platforms than ever, keeping the world connected day and night.
And when it comes to staying safe on the internet, Ubuntu has you covered too.
Ubuntu 14.04 is a Long Term Support release. That means you get important security updates for the next five years.
Ubuntu 14.04 will keep you safe and secure on the internet for years to come – no upgrade fees or support contracts necessary.
On the go
But Ubuntu isn't stopping at your PCs and servers.
The Ubuntu family is growing and you’ll soon be able to run Ubuntu on your phones and tablets. Whether you're at home or on the go, Ubuntu will be there on your screen or in your pocket.
Bq and Meizu are shipping mobile devices this year and it’s only the start to a new era for Ubuntu.