Ubuntu 17.10: What’s New?

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We review Ubuntu 17.10, the latest release of Ubuntu. It brings a huge set of changes, including the latest GNOME Shell desktop by default.

We cover this, and the many other changes you’ll find in this release, in this video.

Read more in our Ubuntu 17.10 review ►

You can download Ubuntu 17.10 on October 19 at Ubuntu.com.

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  1. Quick question: Does anybody know a Linux distro without a package manager?
    I would really like to switch to Linux when Windows 7 eventually dies off but I hate package managers.

  2. I am in shock as it appears Ubuntu has stopped ignoring users and listened to them. So glad to see Unity go away and left-side menu buttons. Those points alone warrant upgrade.

  3. I don't know what unity means in Ubuntu, but I've heard about it a lot. I've used the unity game developer programme, but it's probably not that. Over all to me, Ubuntu 17.10 doesn't look too different to Ubuntu 13.04.

  4. "UBUNTU 17.10.01 comes with 9 months of security and maintainace updates ".
    What is meaning of the above line ?
    After 9 months UBUNTU stop working on my desktop OR only the updates of UBUNTU are not available.
    Please help me.

  5. I have tried Ubuntu couple of times. I just can not get over how dreadful the colours are. If there is a way to install a different theme with more pleasing choice, I'd hop on board.

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