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Free operating system Ubuntu

Ubuntu is based on the Debian Linux distribution (a version of Linux, in other words) and is distributed entirely free of charge. It stands out from other versions of Linux because of its excellent desktop environment, something that has been sorely lacking in many Linux distributions over the years. The name of the operating system comes from the Southern African word that means “humanity towards others.”

Ubuntu was first released in October, 2004 and a new version is released every six months and is available free of charge. Each version is supported for 18 months with patches and security fixes and the team behind the software is excellent and always on top of issues. With recent releases they’ve extended the support time to five years to better accommodate the needs of corporate users of the software.
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