Assalamualaikum & gd evening,
It's been a long time since the last time i posted something about linux. So, in this post, i just want to inform the linux user out there or a linux wanna-be or computer/techno geeks or maybe a schoolnerd out there about the new release in one of linux distro, Ubuntu.
Before, it is Ubuntu 10.10; Maverick Meerkat but now, ubuntu developer team has released a new version of Ubuntu.
Ubuntu 11.04; Natty Narwhal
So, for ubuntu useer out there, what are you waiting for.....let's upgrade to Natty Narwhal. It seems like they developed new interface in this version. Plus, they have introduced a new UI in this latest version of Ubuntu. In the recent version (which is Ubuntu 10.10), we used (mostly) Gnome 3 as a linux UI-(stands for User Interface) but this time, in Natty Narwhal, they introduced Unity as the default UI. Although it seems like there is some controversial regarding this matter, in my opinion, this is a new step taken by Ubuntu developer to attract a new user who loves a brand new and unique interface. Thus, linux will be global OS-user and can compete with Michaelsoft. Ops...i mean Microsoft.
Sorry, can't describe in detail...that's just what i know from the surface. Right now, i'm upgrading my Ubuntu 10.10 to 11.04, then will i know what Natty Narwhal offer their user.
For those who do not know how to upgrade, here's a little tips :
For Ubuntu 10.10 user:
Click "System", "Administration" and scroll to the bottom and click "Update Manager". After searching for updates, it will show about a new release of Ubuntu and a button "Upgrade" just beside it. Just click it....(it will take some time though)
For other user :
Maybe you should just install a new copy of Natty Narwhal .iso then install it by yourself. For further information, you can search the web or ask any Ubuntu customer service, any ubuntu forum or can even ask me. I would try to help as i could.
Here's the download link : Ubuntu download center
I'm in the process of upgrading...
Well, it's all for now....until next post. Thanks for reading.