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Ubuntu 11.04

Posted by ujitea pada 1 Mei 2011

Canonical baru saja merilis Ubuntu 11.04 dengan kode nama Natty Narwhal. Ada perubahan drastis pada Natty Narwhal dari versi-versi sebelumnya. Salah satunya yaitu berubahnya tampilan desktop dari GNOME ke Unity. Selain itu, aplikasi juga berubah menjadi LibreOffice.

inilah video dan beberapa fitur baru dari ubuntu 11.04 dibanding versi sebelumnya.

A fresh look

  • The launcher
    Get easy access to your favourite tools and applications with our lovely new launcher. You can hide and reveal it, add and remove apps and keep track of your open windows.

    • The dash
      Our new dash offers a great way to get to your shortcuts and search for more apps and programs. So you can get fast access to your email, music, pictures and much more.

      • Workspaces

          Our handy workspaces tool gives you a really easy way to view and move between multiple windows and applications.


        You can surf in safety with Ubuntu – confident that your files and data will stay protected. A built-in firewall and virus protection come as standard. And if a potential threat appears, we provide automatic updates which you can install in a single click. You get added security with AppArmor, which protects your important applications so attackers can’t access your system. And thanks to Firefox and gnome-keyring, Ubuntu helps you keep your private information private. So whether it’s accessing your bank account or sharing sensitive data with friends or colleagues, you’ll have peace of mind when you need it the most.

        • Automatic security updates
        • Defence against viruses
        • Anti-phishing
        • File encryption
        • Password protection
        • Built with security in mind



        Accessibility is central to the Ubuntu philosophy. We believe that computing is for everyone regardless of nationality, race, gender or disability. Fully translated into 25 languages, Ubuntu also includes essential assistive technologies, which are, of course, completely free. We recommend the Ubuntu classic desktop experience for users with particular accessibility requirements.

        The Ubuntu Software Centre

        One of the more prominent application upgrades present in the Meerkat is that of Ubuntu’s application installation store.

        The notable addition of slick ‘featured app’ slideshows, layout improvements, enhancements to the overall look and a ‘Where is it?’ feature for locating applications after install, Ubuntu 10.10’s Software Centre sets the definitive standard for user-friendly package installation on Linux.

        Coupled with a new ”For Purchase” software category, package installation history and the ability to install per-app plugins direct from a packages’ overview page, users will find the Ubuntu Software Centre a one-stop shop for all their package management needs.

        Ubuntu One

        Ubuntu’s cloud storage service Ubuntu One boats a new sign up and sign in process and better integration with Nautilus allowing for per-folder/file publishing.

        Rhythmbox is also able to share links to music within the Ubuntu One Music Store via a dedicated ‘share this’ button.

        Theme & wallpapers

        The default theme in Ubuntu is not without refresh; a revamped metacity, subtle gradients, re-coloured menu highlighting and improved icons are all amongst the many, many changes it has benefitted from.

        17 new – and community sourced – wallpapers also await you.

        The quality of inclusions in this release are without rival – from beautiful nature papers to the abstract and architectural, you’re bound to find something that suits you.


        Another major usability win for Ubuntu 10.10 is the enhanced installer – which now allows installation of MP3 and other restricted format codecs.

        Almost every aspect of the installer benefits from a visual retouch and each step of the installation process feels quick, un-complicated and reassuring – all great traits for new users to be greeted with.

        Particularly worth mentioning is the new ‘prep’ screen which displays prior to actual installation. Here users are able to check that they meet requirements and – most awesomely – able to check a box during installation to provide non-open-source software.


        What’s new in Ubuntu 11.04? from Canonical Design on Vimeo.

        ada 3 pilihan download klik pada masing-masing pilihan:


        Ubuntu 32-bit, Ubuntu 64-bit, and Ubuntu Server.



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