Ubuntu 17.04 comes with many features and we are discussing its new features here.
Many of you might be aware that Ubuntu is a Debian-based Linux operating system that is used in personal computers, mobile phones (smart phones), tablets, etc. This operating system also operates network servers mostly with the Ubuntu Server edition, either on physical or virtual servers (referring to mainframes) and/or with containers or enterprise-class features. It significantly runs on the most well-known architectures like server-class ARM-based.
A new edition of this software is due for release next year - the release date is April 13, 2017. Let's all look forward to this short-term release to be supported only for a duration of 9 months i.e., till January 2018. We aren't now aware of the detailed features of this version ? Ubuntu 17.04. All we know is that it is going to exhibit more Unit 8 potential and would push Snap packages to greater limits.
The project generally abides by its dates but these dates can fluctuate. Many factors are responsible for this including, mirror syncing, printing of release notes, server configuration, etc.
Here is installation video of Ubuntu 17.04
The release dates begin from 29th December and culminate in the Release
Candidate date on 9th April and the Stable Release date on 13th April, 2017.
A novelty to all users, this version of the Ubuntu will be accompanied by the latest Linux kernel series 4.8. This Linux kernel also ships with Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak. Subjected to a lot of research for many years Unit 8 has undergone many changes and Ubuntu 17.04 will exhibit its enhanced capabilities.
Richard Collins, Product Manager at Canonical, the company conducting the research has commented that Canonical wants to share a more developed Unit 8 experience with Ubuntu 17.04. In the past, Canonical had also implied that it was going to get a usable all-snaps based Unity 8 image by 17.04. So, the Canonical imprint will be more evident here in this version.
The Daily Builds are already being released. But, it is strongly recommended that you do not install these builds on your primary machine. Nevertheless, you can use them on a test system or virtual machine.
In order to upgrade on a desktop system, open the 'Software and Updates' setting in System Settings and select the 'Updates' Tab. Now, go to 'Notify me of a New Ubuntu Version' menu to 'For any New Version'. Now, press Alt+F2and type this in the command box: update-manager-d. The Update Manager opens and informs you that development builds of 17.04 are available. Click on 'Upgrade' and just go by the instructions provided on the screen.
The Ubuntu 17.04 version is going to be a big step forward. So, let's hope everyone enjoys this much awaited release. (450 words).
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