Feb 272010
 

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The Ubuntu developers are moving quickly to bring you the absolute latest and greatest software the Open Source community  has to offer. The Lucid Lynx Alpha 3 is the third alpha release of Ubuntu 10.04, bringing with it the earliest new features for the next version of Ubuntu.

Note:- This is an alpha release. Do not install it on production machines. The final stable version will be released on April 29, 2010.

This Screenshots Gallery includes installation process and what is new in ubuntu 10.04

Ubuntu 10.04 PtTiVi Editor

Picture 43 of 45

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 Posted by at 1:03 pm
  • Jamie

    Images are in a random order. Slide one is the last slide shown.

  • http://blog.szollosi.net Imresz

    Is there a fedora boot screen at one picture?

  • Admin

    No all from ubuntu 10.04

  • Admin

    @Jamie

    Corrected now

  • http://safariplugins.ru/ Sergey Tugarinov

    This is a beautiful picture :)

  • Iskander

    Good job, although I could’ve done with at least a dozen more installation window screenshots. Seeing how they’re exactly the same as in previous versions. Still very exciting. I see font rendering is still blurry and painful to the eye. Will there be a half-decent photo editing program (with a sane UI, batch options, and so on), or are they only dropping Gimp?

  • Jon

    I dont like the flare to white in the middle of the display, reminds me of a faulty crt monitor.

  • drifter

    I love the wallpaper and theme. Are these available now for my 9.10 or do I have to wait until 10.04 in April?

  • Chris

    Great to know Linux is out there. I always look forward to the next release!

    EULA – End User Linux Appreciation.