Ubuntu Trusty 14.04 is available for download: a Windows XP alternative?

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Canonical has recently released the new version of its Ubuntu Operating System. The newly release Ubuntu 14.04 Long Term Support (LTS) version is now available for download on Ubuntu’s official website. LTS release is also known as Trusty Tahr is available for PCs and Servers. And according to the company it will be creating the base for upcoming Ubuntu tablets.

The release comes just a week after Microsoft ended the support for Windows XP and according to Canonical, Ubuntu 14.04 will be a perfect replacement for those who are moving from Windows XP or Windows 7. “It is a viable and affordable alternative for those organisations considering a switch from Microsoft, and specifically those replacing XP or Windows 7 as they come to the end of life,” says Jane Silber, CEO at Canonical.

This latest Ubuntu 14.04 LTE comes with the support for high pixel density (DPI) screens and is highly optimised for Desktops and Laptops with multi-touch trackpads or touchscreens. Ubuntu 14.04 LTS includes full-disk encryption, AppArmor profiles and policy and user can expect to experience a slicker User Interface in this Operating System. It already comes with various useful applications and softwares.

Source: Ubuntu

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