|Title:||Ubuntu 19.04 ‘Disco Dingo’ Desktop|
|Added On||September 7, 2019|
|Updated On||September 08, 2019 6:52 pm|
Ubuntu 19.04 ‘Disco Dingo’ Desktop will work with your existing PC files, printers, cameras, music players and smartphones – and it comes with thousands of free apps. Enjoy the simplicity of Ubuntu’s stylish, intuitive interface. Fast, secure and with thousands of apps to choose from, Ubuntu gives you a clean and streamlined experience that you can really make your own. If you are interested in giving Ubuntu a try without running any risk.
GNOME: Hope you know about GNOME in ubuntu. If you are previously ubuntu user then you must know about it. But if you are new then you will get used to it. It is like the desktop screen in windows and manages the application from a graphical user interface. Same like that it is working in a manner.
You can surf in safety with Ubuntu confidently that your files and data will stay protected. A built-in firewall and virus protection are available. And if a potential threat appears, we provide automatic updates which you can install in a single click. You get added security with AppArmor, which protects your important applications so attackers can’t access your system. And thanks to Firefox and gnome-keyring, Ubuntu helps you keep your private information private. So whether it’s accessing your bank account or sharing sensitive data with friends or colleagues, you’ll have peace of mind when you need it the most.
- Automatic security updates.
- Defense against viruses.
- File encryption.
- Password protection.
- Built with security in mind.
Compatible: Ubuntu works brilliantly with a range of devices. Simply plug in your MP3 player, camera or printer and you’ll be up and running straight away. No installation CDs. No-fuss. And it’s compatible with Windows too! So you can open, edit and share Microsoft Office documents stress-free.
Fast: Ubuntu loads quickly on any computer, but it’s super-fast on newer machines. With no unnecessary programs and trial software slowing things down, booting up and opening a browser takes seconds. Unlike other operating systems that leave you staring at the screen, waiting to get online. And Ubuntu won’t grow sluggish over time. It’s fast. And it stays fast.
Accessible: Accessibility is central to the Ubuntu philosophy. We believe that computing is for everyone regardless of nationality, race, gender or disability. Fully translated into over 40 languages, Ubuntu also includes essential assistive technologies, which is, of course, completely free.
What’s New: Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal is built to take advantage of the very latest technologies, but it should work on most desktops, laptops, and netbooks too.
Web apps: If you use web applications like Facebook, Gmail or Flickr, you’re in for a treat. You can now pin them to the Launcher on the Ubuntu desktop, so you can launch them with a single click. No more starting a browser, clicking on a bookmark and then logging in. Just go straight into the app, as if it was installed on your computer.
This is the Launcher. Web Apps, like Amazon, Facebook, and the Ubuntu One Music Store, appear here for easy access.
Online search: In Ubuntu 32/64-bit ISO Free Download, the Dash has always let you search your computer for your files, photos, and videos. But now it does more than just search your computer – it can search all your online accounts too. So, once you’ve saved the login details in the ‘Online Accounts’ function, you can expect to see your Flickr photos, Google Drive documents and more in your search results, alongside the files on your computer.
This is the search bar in the Dash. Type your search terms in here and Ubuntu will search your computer and your online accounts for the files you’re looking for.
Dash previews: Ubuntu 19.04 ‘Disco Dingo’ Desktop aims to take the effort out of everything. Now, you can preview your search results in the Dash to see more options, without having to open more windows. Preview an album in the Ubuntu One Music Store and you’ll get the option to play tracks straight from the preview. And when you preview an app in the Ubuntu Software Centre, you can install it with just one more click.
- USING A CD?
- USING A USB DRIVE?
USING A CD?
- You can install Ubuntu from a CD. Here’s what you need to do:
- Put the CD/DVD drive into CD ROM.
- Then Restart your computer. You should see a welcome screen prompting you to choose your language and giving you the option to install Ubuntu 12.04 iso download.
- If facing issue to get a menu, please search the boot from CD ROM key.
USING A USB DRIVE?
- Most of the new computer systems do not have the CD-ROM. So need to install an operating system from USB.
- Make USB bootable and install the ISO file in USB. For installation of OS in the computer/laptop system.
- Restart the computer system, boot from USB.
- Press F12 key to bring up the boot menu, then boot from USB.
PREPARE TO INSTALL UBUNTU:
- Make sure your system is plugged into a power source.
- Also, make sure you have enough space on your computer to install Ubuntu 16.04 32 bit.
- You should also stay connected to the wired internet so you can get the latest updates while you install OS.
- If you’re not connected to the wired internet, we’ll help you set up wireless at the next step.
SETUP WIRELESS INTERNET:
- During installation, you will be asked to select a wireless network, if available. Recommend you to connect during the installation so we can ensure your machine is up to date. Also, If you set up your wireless network at this point, it’s worth then clicking the Back button to go back to the last screen (Preparing to install Ubuntu Server Linux) and check to mark the box marked ‘Download updates while installing’.
MAKE DRIVES AND ASSIGN SPACE:
- Assign the drives space, keep in mind that if you have already installed data on the disk, after re-assigning the drives all data will be removed. So keep in mind, and before installation saves you data.
- Start the installation process, as you select the preferences. The installation will start and it will take a while.
- Also, it will ask a few questions like location, language, and keyboard type, etc. Select the one with which you are comfortable.
- You will also ask for the username and password, please keep that in mind. When you will restart it will ask for it. That’s it.