Ubuntu 10.13(Saucy Salamander): Windows 8.1 in the Linux world

by Tony Hill on October 19, 2013

Open source operating system Ubuntu 13.10(Saucy Salamander) has impressive, sophisticated and appealing graphical user interface Unity 7. The novelty is possible to run on smart mobile phones with ARM processors, servers and personal computers.

The company Canonical has recently launched a new version of the open source operating system Ubuntu, which has received numerous accolades from both the user and the expert public. Because of completed graphical interface and versatility is even compared with Windows 8.1 by many and will easily convince even those who have swore solely on Microsoft operating systems. The novelty is possible to run on smart mobile phones with ARM processors, servers and personal computers.

Remarkable open source operating system Ubuntu 13.10(Saucy Salamander) is built based on the Linux kernel 3.11, which has high speed of operation and low power consumption and graphical user interface Unity 7, which will easily convince even the most demanding users. To browse the World Wide Web Mozilla Firefox 24 is available, in the next version it could also have Google Chromium browser. Among the preinstalled software can be found Thunderbird email client, office suite LibreOffice, the program for the Brasero CD burning software, to manage the images Shotwell and player Rhytmbox.

Open source operating system Ubuntu 13.10(Saucy Salamander) is available for download on the website http://releases.ubuntu.com/saucy/. Installing new features is extremely simple and it will be easily performed even for those who have previously installed a Windows operating system.

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