Reasons to Use Ubuntu

Ubuntu was first released in 2004. It’s created on the base of Debian, a previous Linux OS. Ubuntu is the most popular open-source operating system.

Released in three editions: Desktop, Server, and Core for Internet of things devices and robots.

It’s open-source

Ubuntu’s source code is open and available for anyone to use, test, and enhance around the world.

It’s secure. Say no to anti-virus

Compared to Windows, which requires the installation of antivirus software, the malware threats connected with Ubuntu are low. Ubuntu’s built-in firewall helps to reduce risks.

Fully customizable

It is compatible with a variety of platforms and devices. It works on IoT devices, network servers, cloud servers (Ubuntu supports OpenStack), robots, and a variety of other devices, including Mac and Windows desktops.

Low system requirements

The recommended hardware requirements are a 700 MHz processor, 512MB RAM, and a 5GB hard disk.

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