Ubuntu Budgie 18.10 Is Also Dropping Support for 32-Bit Installations
It looks like Ubuntu MATE isn’t the only official Ubuntu flavor to drop support for new 32-bit installations with the upcoming 18.10 release, as Ubuntu Budgie 18.10 will also remove 32-bit ISO images.
After writing the article about the Ubuntu MATE team deciding to drop support for new 32-bit installations with the upcoming Ubuntu MATE 18.10 release, we discovered that Ubuntu Budgie team also requested that 32-bit ISOs to no longer be generated for the Ubuntu Budgie 18.10 release as they want to concentrate only on 64-bit support.
“We have had a successful release of Ubuntu Budgie 18.04 LTS and we now are in full planning mode for 18.10. Similar to the decision made by Ubuntu themselves at 17.10, we have decided to concentrate all our efforts on producing a really good image based on the hardware almost all of you actually use… (read more)