Most popular Linux distribution Ubuntu has released its Ubuntu 11.10: Oneiric Ocelot final version to public after almost 6 months of its last release. This new release comes with a new look and feel for Ubuntu along with a whizzy, new launcher and dash, and a clever workspace manager. With this new Ubuntu release, you also get the option toÂ choose between the classic and new desktop experiences at login.
Ubuntu 11.10: Oneiric Ocelot comes with Unity interface, GNOME 3.2.0;, Linux kernel 3.0.4, X.Org 7.6, Xorg Server 1.10.1, Compiz Fusion 0.9.4 and New artwork.
What’s New in Ubuntu 11.10: Oneiric Ocelot
Itâ€™s pretty hard to miss the new launcher that sits on the left-hand side of your screen. Itâ€™s designed to make getting to your favourite tools and applications quick and easy. You can hide and reveal it in the top-left corner of your screen, add and remove applications and bookmarks, and keep track of your open windows.
When you click on the Ubuntu logo in the top-left corner of your screen, the new dash will appear. Itâ€™s another simple way to get to your shortcuts and search for other applications and programs. So you can get fast access to your email, music, pictures and much more.
Ubuntu 11.04 gives you a really easy way to manage multiple windows and applications. Simply click on the Workspaces icon in the launcher and all your active spaces will pop up. You can move between your different windows easily so thereâ€™ll be no more cramping multiple apps into a small space.
- Improved desktop experience – yes, still powered by the Unity launcher and panel, now ported to GTK3 and offering advance filtering options and multiple sources
- Two login methods – 3D interface or 2D interface, both powered by Unity
- Breathtaking new login screen – powered by LightDM
- A new Alt+Tab switcher – looks awesome and offers window preview
- 14 new wallpapers – from various photographers around the world
- Improved default theme – the default Ambiance theme has been once again improved
- Totally new Ubuntu Software Center – with a redesigned and professional interface, it now includes lots of enhancements
- Next-gen web browser – Mozilla Firefox 7.0 is once again the default web browser, doing a very good job
- Next-gen email and calendar client – Mozilla Thunderbird 7.0 is now the default mail client
- New default backup tool – powered by Deja Dup, storing secure copies of your important documents
- Support for the ARM architecture – available on the Server edition
- Introducing Juju – the modern approach to cloud service orchestration and deployment
- New music lens – linked to Banshee, to easily search local and online music
- Support for scripting languages – including Japanese, Chinese and Korean
- DVD image – with all the powerful apps you need
Direct Download Link
Download Ubuntu 11.10 here using your Browser or a Download Manager.
If you cannot download files using your browser or download Managfer, you can use these official Bittorrent links for downloading Ubuntu 11.10.