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You can now download Ubuntu 17.10, the latest stable release of the hugely popular Ubuntu Linux operating system.
As one might expect from a release arriving ahead of the next Long Term Support release (Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, due April 2018) Ubuntu 17.10 is packed full of big changes and makes use of many new technologies.
Read on for our full Ubuntu 17.10 review, but do brace yourself because, aptly for an autumn release, change is most certainly in the air…
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Ubuntu 17.10 Debuts with An All-New Desktop
This is the first version of Ubuntu to use GNOME Shell as the default desktop.
By choosing to drop Unity most of Ubuntu’s home-grown usability efforts also fall by the wayside.
Innovations like the HUD, global menu, sound menu, notify-osd, and many other much-loved Unity desktop features are no longer included. A few of these have analogous replacements (e.g, sound controller, notification system) but others do not (e.g., HUD).
The Ubuntu 17.10 desktop uses a two panel layout: a full-height vertical dock sits on the left-hand side of the screen, while a a ‘top bar’ is stripped across the top.
Activities & Workspaces
The main “desktop” area remains a usable space on which you can place icons, folders and files on (the regular version of GNOME Shell disables this functionality, leading some to worry Ubuntu would follow suit).
Wayland is the default display server
In another major change Ubuntu 17.10 uses Wayland as its default display server (where supported), both for new installs and upgrades.
New Settings App
The old Ubuntu System Settings app was functional, of a little inconsistent, fork of the upstream GNOME Control Centre. Settings is a new version of the latter, which Ubuntu 17.10 includes.
Download Ubuntu 17.10
Want to grab a Ubuntu 17.10 download? Just hit the button below to fetch the latest ISO image direct from the Ubuntu servers.
You can use an image writing tool like Etcher to burn it to a USB stick , and then boot and install it on your computer.