Ubuntu Moves to Unity Interface

. December 2, 2010 . 0 Comments

Ubuntu recently announced that the next release of Linux based Ubuntu 11.04, would use Unity instead of GNOME as its default desktop interface.

Mark Shuttleworth, Ubuntu founder said, “Lots of people are already committed to Unity, the community, desktop users, developers, and platform and hardware vendors.” In particular, he noted, “Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) favor Unity. They’re happy to ship it. Dell, Lenovo and Acer are reported by ITworld support the move.

Ubuntu will aso be switching Ubuntu’s base graphics system from the X Window System to Wayland.

Ubuntu’s Unity interface: What to expect at: http://www.itworld.com/open-source/128540/ubuntus-unity-interface-what-expect

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