You have used Wayland display servers on a lot of hardware.
No fuss, the latest version of Ubuntu, one of the most popular Linux distributions code-named Hirsute Hippo, was released on April 21. Novelty is not a long-term support feature, it is just an intermediate version, so it is mainly recommended for geeks who like to fool and solve problems that are not troubled by the nine-month support cycle.
As always, Ubuntu 21.04 is not too exciting. Perhaps its most interesting innovation is that it has already used Wayland display servers for Intel and AMD video controllers by default, and the usual X11 is activated when the NVIDIA chip is detected. In the event of a problem, you can also restore other video controllers to the old display server.
In addition, enterprise customers can enjoy factory support for Microsoft Active Directory, although their administrators may not want to migrate their workstations to Ubuntu due to the short support time.
Of course, Canonical has updated the software packages that make up the system to almost the latest or latest version, but still retains the GNOME 3.38 interface and ruled out the possibility of switching to GNOME 40 due to possible problems. Although the version has changed a lot, GNOME 40 only brought minor innovations, and the developers adopted a new numbering scheme, which is why its major version was launched.
The Ubuntu 21.04 installation kit is already available Downloadable From the official website.
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