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Xubuntu

17.-04 (32-bit) for Ubuntu
Canonical
Ubuntu adapts itself to slower computers

Canonical Ubuntu-based distribution system that is governed by Xubuntu. It makes the mind slow, limited resources have been made with the computer, and without taking too much resources and the environment provides a stable system.

For this purpose, Xubuntu Xfce desktop environment provides a clean look and feel, easy to use, and most importantly, it boasts optimal performance very easily.

Xubuntu comes included with the application of the already well-known, which is based on Ubuntu in Thunar, the Xfce Desktop Ristretto and Mousepad, such as Firefox, AbiWord and Gnumeric, such as distribution, as well as that of others.

Apart from this, Xubuntu, Ubuntu users, all of these environments are being used so there will not be much trouble, gnome applications designed for compatibility with great offers without anycost.

Now available for download Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus

It's time to update your Ubuntu distribution, especially now that the latest release of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Long Term Support), code-named 2021, ie, until it is supported Xenial Xerus, its two main features: the lower corner of your screen readjusting the lateral panels , and that users snap a package that bundles the basic unit of which is already in the app inas Are able to access will be permitted to Law.

Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf (+ other flavors) now available

Canonical's Ubuntu release lockstep to adhere to the calendar, which means you have the latest version of Ubuntu (15.10) can download continues. With certain minor changes in the next version, LTS (Long Term Support) comes with only minor upgrades so in this case that we refine and update (but not radical), a popular Linux distribution to include a package of talking about the most updated its interface and software. Updates are available for the rest of the flavors.

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