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Windows Users Download Ubuntu 30,000 Times a Day and Other Cool Facts

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Ubuntu

Ubuntu is the most used Linux desktop operating system, but that might not be all that transparent, so we would also like to present some interesting figures, like the number of Windows users that download Ubuntu every day.

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Canonical Is Now Using Phased Updates for Ubuntu Touch

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A fresh Ubuntu Touch update was made available just a few days ago, and it was received very well by the community, but Canonical also introduced a new feature called phased updates.

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Latest Ubuntu Touch Update Improves Battery Life Up to 50%, Users Report

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Ubuntu Touch users are reporting significant battery improvements after the last major update that was released by Canonical at the end of last week.

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Ubuntu Now Has Over 20 Million Users, According to Canonical

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In a recent article entitled "Tendering with Ubuntu," Canonical, the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu, revealed the fact that the world's most popular free operating system now counts over 20 millions of user, as well as that the Ubuntu Linux is adopted by more and more people each day.

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OnePlus One Ubuntu Touch to Get MultiROM Manager Support

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Ubuntu

The OnePlus One Ubuntu Touch port is doing great, and a lot of work is being put into it. In fact, it looks like this platform will soon be supported MultiROM Manager, a powerful application that allows users to install easily the operating system from Canonical.

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ExTiX 15.2 Is Based on Ubuntu 15.04 and Debian 8 Jessie, Features LXQt and KDE Editions

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Debian
Ubuntu

After announcing his new RaspArch distribution that helps users run the powerful Arch Linux distribution on a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B computer board, Arne Exton informed Softpedia about the immediate availability for download of the ExTiX 15.2 Linux operating system.

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Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet – what to expect

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Ubuntu 15.04 “Vivid Vervet” entered its Final Freeze period on 16 April 2015, which means the release is locked down and it is unlikely new features will be added before it launches on 23 April.

During Final Freeze, only critical bugs or exceptional circumstances will be considered for alteration.

A number of significant changes made it into Vivid, including a change in the initialisation system, a new version of the Linux kernel, upgrades to the Unity desktop manager, and updated applications.

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Also: Six Clicks for Linux beginners: Ubuntu 15.04, Vivid Vervet

Six Clicks for Linux beginners: Ubuntu 15.04, Vivid Vervet

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Linux
Ubuntu

I've used almost every desktop on the planet, but Ubuntu 15.04 with the Unity 7 interface may be the easiest. Heck if my now 82-year-old mother-in-law can be an Ubuntu user, you can be one too!

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Cirrus7 Nimbini: Yet another mini-PC powered by Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

Today we bring good news for Linux users, especially for the Ubuntu lovers. Nimbini mini-PC is the youngest and smallest member of the cirrus7 mini-PC family. As you may know, Cirrus7 is a Germany-based company which received Red Dot Product Design Award last year. Just like its big brother Cirrus7 Nimbus, the Nimbini is completely fan-less and as a result is a quite, compact desktop for everyday usage.

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New Major OTA Update for Ubuntu Touch Released

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Canonical has finally released a third OTA update for Ubuntu Touch, and users should start receiving them in the next few hours.

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