The best way to install the newest version of Ubuntu on your Windows 10 desktop

The latest version of Microsoft’s popular operating system is now available to install on Windows 10 PCs, with the first-ever release of Ubuntu 13.04 on the horizon.

The Ubuntu 13,04 LTS is the second major release to be released this year, following last year’s 13.10 LTS release, which was also released on November 25.

The LTS, also known as the ‘mainstream’ release, is an upgrade of Ubuntu 15.10.

In contrast to previous releases, it features an upgraded version of the Linux kernel, improved performance, a faster version of Adobe Flash and new features.

It’s not just Ubuntu that’s getting the upgrade, however, as Microsoft’s latest operating system also includes a few new features to support a wide range of Windows 10 devices, including the Surface Book and the Dell XPS 13.

A lot of people who use Microsoft’s OS have already been waiting for the next major release, and with Ubuntu 13 LTS out, the wait is over.

This is good news for those who use Ubuntu 13 or want to upgrade to the next LTS version, as they’ll have the option to upgrade without waiting for a new version.

The main advantage of Ubuntu 14.04 LTO is that it comes with a new desktop environment, the Unity desktop environment.

The LTS desktop environment offers more features than Ubuntu 14, but it also includes the same number of security updates as Ubuntu 14 LTS.

Ubuntu 14 LTO also includes support for a variety of different devices including Windows Mixed Reality headsets and the new Surface Pro.

This new feature means that users will be able to experience the Windows Mixed reality experience without any additional hardware, and it’s expected to improve the overall experience.

However, as the release date of Ubuntu’s next LTF release approaches, the new version will be available on a trial basis, and the beta versions will be distributed to select users during the trial period.

Microsoft says that it’s looking forward to sharing its next LTC with the Ubuntu community.

We’re also excited to introduce new Ubuntu-based hardware for the new LTS releases.

We’ll continue to work with partners to deliver this next LTR to the community in order to deliver the best possible experience for the most people.

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