Posted November 15, 2018 09:53:01 If you’re like most people, you have a few different operating systems on your computer.
Windows, macOS, and Linux, all share the same core software, which is the Windows desktop and the Linux kernel.
And as with any other OS, it’s not possible to create a new OS from scratch, or to switch from one OS to another without re-archiving your files, and possibly messing with your system’s core components.
To be more specific, the Ubuntu operating system is a complete Linux distribution, and as such, it is able to run on almost every Linux system, but also on a few other platforms.
To make a new Linux distribution work, the new operating systems have to share the exact same core operating system and kernel, so it’s no wonder that Ubuntu is able for the most part to run Linux on its own.
The Ubuntu team is working on a new version of Ubuntu for the Linux desktop, but the company is not quite ready to release that software to the public just yet.
In the meantime, it seems as though we can use Linux distros like Ubuntu and Mint to get Linux on our computers, but we need to be aware of some of the limitations that these distros have to face.
This article will walk you through the steps you’ll need to take to get Ubuntu running on your PC, so you can start using it on your Linux desktop.
In this article, we’ll go over how to install Ubuntu on your desktop, how to use it, and how to set up your desktop to run Ubuntu.