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The Ubuntu Operating System

Super-fast, easy to use and free, the Ubuntu operating system powers millions of desktops, laptops and servers around the world. Ubuntu does everything you need it to. It works with your existing files, printers, cameras and MP3 players. And it comes with thousands of free apps.

Ubuntu features an innovative user interface that makes it easy to find the document or application you want while staying out of your way when you’re busy at work or play. Quickly switch songs or choose a playlist without changing applications, decide if you want to repond to an instant message or wait until you’re ready, instantly post to Twitter and Facebook without opening a web browser.
Ubuntu enables your digital life.

The Desktop
Ubuntu’s powerful user interface stays out of your way while making it fast and easy to launch applications and find your documents.

The Dash
The Dash is your view into the Ubuntu desktop. Find your documents, applications, music and more. What do you want? Search and you shall receive.

 The Ubuntu One
Ubuntu One is your personal cloud. Securely store and automatically sync your music, documents, notes, contacts and bookmarks across all of your devices. Stream your music collection from your personal cloud to your iPhone or Android device. 

Ubuntu One comes standard with 5GB of free storage. An additonal 20GB is only $2.99 a month. Ubuntu One Music Streaming is only $3.99 a month.
Ubuntu One Music Store
Browse and purchase music from the expansive Ubuntu One Music Store. Your music is automatically downloaded to your computer and ready to play instantly.
Never worry about loosing your music. It’s backed up to your personal Ubuntu One cloud.


Social Out of the Box
Ubuntu helps you stay on top of your social networks. Instantly set your availability, update your status, and compose email from the messaging menu. Keep up with all your social networks in one place and stay in touch with integrated instant messaging and video and voice calling.

You can surf in safety with Ubuntu. A built-in firewall and virus protection come standard. 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.
Free and Up to Date

Ubuntu is, and always will be, free. Ubuntu is developed by a global community who want to help build the best open-source operating system in the world. They share their time and talent to continuously improve Ubuntu.
Ubuntu is also commercially backed and funded by Canonical. A global corporation and the number one Ubuntu services provider.

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