Mark Shuttleworth Invites Everyone to Try Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Trusty Tahr and Derivatives

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ubuntu 14.04 trusty tahr Mark Shuttleworth Invites Everyone to Try Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Trusty Tahr and Derivatives

Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr it is considered by several developers Canonical, as the best version of Ubuntu is released,so much so that the founder of Canonical, Mark Shuttleworth has invited all users to try this new version while still in development phase.

Although Ubuntu developers are still implementing new features and a number of changes in version 14.04, Mark Shuttleworth has made the invitation to all Ubuntu users to try this next LTS, and not just limited to Ubuntu as such, but extend these tests to all distros derived from this (it is understood that is ** buntu distros).

In this regard said in a blog post:” … Of course, my testing was relatively lightweight. I saw tons of major improvements in shared apps like LibreOffice and Firefox and Chromium, and each of the desktop environments feels true to its values, diverse as those are. ”

He said further:” It’s stable enough for any of us who use Linux heavily as an engineering environment, and of course you can use a live boot image off USB if you just want to test drive the future. Cloud images are also available for server testing on all the major clouds 

You can know all the details referring back to the post published by Mark Shuttleworth on his official blog.

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