Ubuntu 7.10 – available

Today is the official release of Ubuntu – version 7.10 (code name Gutsy Gibbon).

What is Ubuntu: Ubuntu is a community developed, Linux-based operating system that is perfect for laptops, desktops and servers. It contains all the applications you need – a web browser, presentation, document and spreadsheet software, instant messaging and much more. Ubuntu is free software.

I am using Ubuntu from one year and a half /summer of 2006/ and I could say that nothing could bring me back to Microsoft Windows. It was “strange” in first 2-3 months and I had spontaneous wishes to turn it off, but after that you get used to it and become quite nice. I didn’t log-in in my Windows from at least 6-7 months.

Ubuntu 7.10I realize that I am speaking like addicted to drugs which get heeled, but this is the truth – I like that OS.

This again convinced me that everything is a matter how long are you using it. This thesis I mention in the comments of that Article – no matter what is it, an old tool, vi, vim, PE /never use it/, framework or Operating system the best one is this which you know best. That’s it!

Here is the list of the new features in Gutsy Gibbon:

  • GNOME 2.20
  • Desktop 3D effects
  • Desktop search
  • Fast user switching
  • Firefox plugins in Ubuntu
  • Dynamic screen configuration
  • Graphical configuration tool for X
  • Fully automatic printer installation
  • Handling of non-free device drivers
  • NTFS writing
  • Power consumption – reduced
  • AppArmor security framework
  • Additional installation profiles for Ubuntu Server
  • Profile-based Authentication Configuration
  • Improved thin-client support

Learn more at: Ubuntu.com

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