Ubuntu Linux 11.04 Natty Narwhal Alpha 1 Now Available
Canonical as a developer of Ubuntu Linux has released Ubuntu 11:04 or who is called by the name of Natty Narwhal, but this edition is still a version of Alpha 1. As development patterns that are always carried Ubuntu, where the final version of Ubuntu that they make are always launched in the month 4 and month 10 because they always give a 8:04 version, 8.10, 9.04, 9.10, 10.4, 10:10 and so on.
Versions are being prepared this time is the 11:04 version of the new course will be officially released to the users in April 2011, but the Canonical has allowed us to try out the Alpha version of Ubuntu 4.11 which of course still many shortcomings here and there, because that party developers desperately need input from us as users to make the final version of Ubuntu 11:04 for the better.
For those who want to try a version of Ubuntu 4.11 Alpha 1 Natty Narwhal can download it at the following sites:
What’s new with this version?
Of course this is a big question for the Ubuntu Linux lovers, and we just got a little glimpse of this version include changes to the look of GNOME, the support for the Qt application, have been integrated with the 3D graphical display because it is in this version no longer required application Compiz which is used to beautify the look of Ubuntu. In addition there are applications that are changed and replaced with other applications, such as Rhytmbox as a music player that previously existed in previous versions will be replaced with a Banshee as a music player and OpernOffice.org will be replaced with Libre Office.
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