One of the Linux distributions is based on Debian, but differs from Debian in several ways. The name Ubuntu is derived from a South African term meaning “Humanity Towards Others.” One of the highlights of the Ubuntu project is the emphasis on access and globalization. For this reason, this software is available for all nationalities. It's very easy to work with, and even unfamiliar users can easily get used to its environment. All versions of Ubuntu are free for good. Ubuntu CDs are sent for free to those who request it by e-mail. There are also projects called Edubuntu, which, as its name implies, is very suitable for use in classrooms and educational settings. Another project is Kubuntu, which uses KDE Desktop.
Ubuntu Server Edition
Ubuntu MID Edition
- Automatic security update
- Protection against malicious viruses and software
- Has anti-phishing technology
- File encryption
- Protective password
- Easy to use
- Creating professional documents, spreadsheets and presentations
- Compatible with Microsoft Office
- Email access, address book and calendar with Thunderbird
- Manage email and chat accounts
- Manage, edit and share your photos and videos
- Great support for cameras and cell phones
- -Possibility to open and edit files such as Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations and share them quickly and easily with other users.
- Very beautiful user interface
- Access to thousands of free software with book and magazine topics, programming and development tools, tutorials, fonts, games, graphics, Internet, office, engineering and science, audio and video, system, shell and application, etc.
- Compatibility with a variety of devices
- Extremely high speed and security
- High speed and security in browsing the Internet
- Supports various browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and…
- Play, create and edit MP3s, play music on PC or mobile
- And …