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Ubuntu 16.04: Something to Get Excited About

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It’s been quite some time since the Ubuntu faithful could be seriously excited about a release. With good reason. Over the past few years, Canonical has been hard at work trying to bring Unity 8/Mir/Convergence to fruition. Because of this, Ubuntu has suffered a long stretch of fairly boring releases.

That ends with 16.04. Xenial Xerus might well herald the final release for that will see Ubuntu paired with Unity 7/ Thankfully, 16.04 has a few nice bits and pieces to offer in this next iteration—enough to get you excited.

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