Release Ubuntu 20.04

Hello everyone, welcome to my blog, in this new post I will be talking a little about the release Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa.

What I will talk about is according to the performance of my computer, it should be noted that this varies depending on the technical specifications you have on your computer.

First of all I am too excited about this, today April 23 the new LTS version of ubuntu is released, which brings many improvements in every sense of the word (this was said about a year ago)

And another great news is that on April 25 we have FLISOL (Free Software Festival) but this will take place in a virtual way, so that all attendees, stay at home and prepare for what is face-to-face flisol (it should be noted , that the phlisol was postponed due to the covid-19).

So without further ado let’s begin.

The review I will make is of Lubuntu 20.04 LTS.

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The desktop, without a doubt, changed too much, I feel it is a great step, when I was installing the distribution and I was using it live, I realized that it was much less heavy and that it behaved fluidly, even when it had swap memory at 60.

FIREFOX, without a doubt, the most top, has new improvements and above all I noticed it much faster.

And in this version lubuntu is managing LXQT, without a doubt a desktop, fluid, fast, intuitive and easy to handle for any user.

More default theme variants and the aubergine touch, Canonical is experimenting with themes again. In Ubuntu 19.10, the default Yaru theme introduced a dark version. Ubuntu 20.04 takes it further three variants of the default Yaru theme: Light, Dark and Standard.

Default Theme Variants in Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu Yaru Light Dark Theme

GNOME 3.36 and all the visual and performance improvements that come with it Ubuntu 20.04 has the latest GNOME 3.36 release. This means that all the new features in 3.36 are also available for Ubuntu 20.04.

For example, you’ll notice a revamped lock screen.

Don’t like the dock? You can finally get rid of it. I have come across a few people who don’t like the launcher or the dock with application shortcuts which is usually found in the left side of the screen.

In older versions, you can change its location to bottom or right side or hide it when an application window approached it but you could not hide it permanently.

Disable Dock in Ubuntu 20.04

Faster install, faster boot. Thanks to the new compression algorithms, it now takes less time to install Ubuntu 20.04. Not only that, Ubuntu 20.04 also boots faster in comparison to 18.04.

No 32-bit systems for Ubuntu 20.04. Ubuntu is not providing ISO for 32-bit computers for a few years now. But at least existing 32-bit Ubuntu users could still upgrade to Ubuntu 18.04. That’s not the case anymore. You cannot upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 if you are using 32-bit Ubuntu 18.04. If you try to run the upgrade, you’ll see an error of this kind.

Faster install, faster boot. Thanks to the new compression algorithms, it now takes less time to install Ubuntu 20.04. Not only that, Ubuntu 20.04 also boots faster in comparison to 18.04.

If you continue wanting to install ubuntu on your pc, we leave you the links to download the iso and boot it.

DESKTOP IMAGE ISO : http://releases.ubuntu.com/20.04/

BALENAETCHER FOR LINUX: http://www.balena.io/etcher/

We will also leave you a program to boot your memory that personally goes quite well for me.

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