Ubuntu 14.10 Officially Released
The latest version of Ubuntu, 14.10, has been officially released. Version 14.10 — dubbed Utopic Unicorn — doesn’t bring much to the table in terms of new features, but it does mark an important anniversary. Ten years ago this week, the very first version of Ubuntu was released, and began the march to a more user-friendly Linux desktop. So, is this release something worth celebrating?
In a blog post on the Ubuntu site, the Canonical staff runs down the list of highlights for this release. Unfortunately, Utopic Unicorn isn’t exactly a barn burner. The biggest addition is the Ubuntu Developer Tools Centre, but as the name suggests, it’s a developer-focused feature. This will make Android development easier on Ubuntu, but it’s not something that your average user will care about.
Ubuntu 15.04 is now open for development under the Vivid Vervet codename.
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