Ubuntu is an open source, freely available Linux based operating system. It is the most popular and widely used operating system. It is developed by a worldwide community of programmers along with the employees of Ubuntu’s commercial sponsor, Canonical.
Here are some awesome facts about Ubuntu that may interest you:
- The Chinese version of Ubuntu is used for running the world’s fastest supercomputer.
- For the bulk of Web servers, Ubuntu is the most used Operating systems.
- The stripped version of Ubuntu is used in Google’s Self-driving car.
- Many of the big enterprises including Uber and Lyft use Ubuntu.
- “Goobuntu.” is the custom Ubuntu of Google.
- Ubuntu follows a very tremendous and strict development schedule. Its new stable version is released in every six months, i.e in April and October.
- The symbol of Ubuntu is the official logo, called “Circle of Friends”. It represents the reliability, freedom, precision, and collaboration.
- If we search for the internet in Ubuntu, then it will display all the available internet browsers.
- Once French Police collectively convert the 80000 Windows PCs into the Ubuntu and saved 2 Million Euro.
- More than 1 Billion devices are currently running on Ubuntu.
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