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Ubuntu gets a facelift with Precise Pangolin 12.04

The long-term support update, released on Thursday, adds more usability features and software management tools to the operating system. However, Ubuntu-backer Canonical is stressing the design changes in Precise Pangolin. These include its Unity interface, which has divided Ubuntu supporters, and its associated file-search tool, the Head-Up Display (HUD), described by Ubuntu Project founder Mark Shuttleworth as “the future of the menu”. Read more here

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  1. Pingback by Ubuntu News Watch | Ubuntu gets a facelift with Precise Pangolin 12.04 — April 28, 2012 @ 8:42 pm

    [...] Ubuntu gets a facelift with Precise Pangolin 12.04 ShareTweet Print PDF The long-term support update, released on Thursday, adds more usability features and software management tools to the operating system. However, Ubuntu-backer Canonical is stressing the design changes in Precise Pangolin. These include its Unity interface, which has divided Ubuntu supporters, and its associated file-search tool, the Head-Up Display (HUD), described by Ubuntu Project founder Mark Shuttleworth as “the future of the menu”. Read more here Ubuntu-News – Your one stop for news abou&#116… [...]

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