Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is Canonical's seventh LTS (Long Term Support) release, and it comes with several exciting changes for the Ubuntu community. These include a slightly, darkish theme and X.Org Server as default display server instead of Wayland, which is used in the current stable release, Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark). As expected, GNOME 3.28 is the default desktop environment, though some components couldn't be upgraded, such as the Nautilus file manager due to it no longer supporting the handling of desktop icons, there's now a Minimal Installation option in the graphical installer, and a new app called GNOME To Do.
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