Originally, the operating system was made for personal computers, currently the desktop version of Ubuntu comes with usefull free software applications, such as LibreOffice (Office software), Thunderbird (email client), Firefox (web browser), Media player, Photo management app, while more applications can be installed from Ubuntu Software Center.
Canonical Ltd. is a company that develops and maintains Ubuntu software, and promises to release a new version of the operating system every six months, while the LTS (Long Term Support) version is released every two years. Regular releases of Ubuntu get free support for up to nine months, while LTS release gets support for up to five years.
All Linux features.
GNOME desktop environment.
Useful applications are pre-installed, such as LibreOffice (office software), Thunderbird (email client), Firefox (web browser).
Thousands of free apps on Ubuntu Software Center
The word ‘Ubuntu’ means ‘humanity to others’.
Ubuntu is based on Debian.
Try different flavors of the Ubuntu.
System Requirements for Ubuntu 20.04:
2 GHz dual-core processor.
4 GiB RAM (but 1 GiB can work)
25 GB of hard-drive space.
VGA capable of 1024×768 screen resolution.
Either of the two: a CD/DVD drive or a USB port for the installer media.
Optionally, Internet access is helpful.
System Requirements for Ubuntu 16.04:
1 GHz processor (for example Intel Celeron) or better.
1.5 GB RAM (system memory).
10 GB of free hard drive space for installation.
Either a CD/DVD drive or a USB port for the installer media.
Internet access is helpful (for installing updates during the installation process).