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Ubuntu 11.04, The Natty Narwhal RELEASED!

Apr 28, 2011, 16:05 (4 Talkback[s])

"Ubuntu 11.04, The Natty Narwhal is officially available today (though you're probably a beta tester right? so you've had Unity for months...).

"We've had no shortage of Linux Today readers contributing links (Thanks! and keep 'em coming)on 11.04 today.

Here are a few of our favs to get you started:

  • The Ubuntu 11.04 Release
    What are you waiting for? Get the release direct from Ubuntu. Ubuntu.com and here's the official mailing list announcement from Kate Stewart at Ubuntu.
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Takes Aim at Windows
    ServerWatch: "What was missing before and stopping us from getting more into the mainstream was a complete and compelling, different experience for PC users."
    Complete Story
  • Ubuntu 11.04 released, a Natty Narwhal rises from the depths
    Ars:"Although many of the changes introduced in Unity represent tangible usability improvements, there are some parts of the environment—particularly the application lens—that still have some rough edges."
    Complete Story
  • What you need to know about the new Ubuntu
    ZDNet: "The latest release of Ubuntu 11.04, the world's most popular desktop Linux is out today. But, this is not just a one step forward update. No, it's a giant leap to a new kind of Linux desktop.."
    Complete Story
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal Released - See What`s New
    webupd8: "Ubuntu 11.04 doesn't come with GNOME 3 / GNOME Shell (in fact it's not even available in the repositories but only in a PPA) and instead it comes with an interface designed especially for Ubuntu called Unity"
    Complete Story.
  • Ubuntu 11.04 'Natty Narwhal' Released - Review, Screenshots Tour and Videos
    ubuntuvibes: "Ubuntu 11.04 is getting a radical change with this release."
    Complete Story

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