Ubuntu 14.04 Lts (Trusty Tahr) the new version of ubuntu released:
After the release of Ubuntu 13.10 and after all the time waited here is the new Ubuntu 14.04 version has just been made.
Every 6 months we see a new version of Ubuntu, and every two years a copy of a long-term support.Ubuntu 14.04 which comes under the name of Trusty Tahr, one of these copies, which will benefit from this support for the next five years, which means you will receive security updates for free until 2019. Various offshoots, including Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Core, Kubuntu, Edubuntu, y Ubuntu Kylin. And the rest will be supported for 3 years, and includes Gnome Ubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, Xubuntu and Lubuntu.
It should be noted that the distributions of the support of an extended family Ubuntu is suitable for the average user, whether for stability, and allow the operating system to spend as long as possible in your own computer without having to be changed twice a year. With the exception of those who are now using Ubuntu 12.04.
What’s the News ?
The most important new enhancements in this new version of Ubuntu is that it is based on the Linux kernel 3.13, supports tablets SSD, become more responsive, in addition to the change, which was awaited by many people, a new design for the lock screen, which now resembles the design of the login screen.
Among the other changes are briefly as follows:
- OpenStack 2014.1 (Icehouse)
- Puppet 3
- Python 3.4
- Xen 4.4
- Ceph 0.79
- Qemu 2.0.0
- Open vSwitch 2.0.1
- Libvirt 1.2.2
- LXC 1.0
- MAAS 1.5
- Juju 1.18.1
- Apache 2.4
- PHP 5.5
- Percona XtraDB Cluster
Now we come to the heart of the matter which is download, if you’re currently using Ubuntu 13.10, you can upgrade your version directly from the update manager. If you are using an earlier version I advise you that are installing clean a download version direct and re-installed again, that if you do not want waste of time upgrading from version to another version.
You can access links to download all the other versions of Ubuntu in various flavors, or simply download the regular version, both 32 and 64 bit from here.
How To Upgrade To a Newer Version of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from Ubuntu 13.10 LTS:
Update to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from Ubuntu 13.10 can be simplified in three steps which are following you can just view the video tutorial :