Canonical officially launched Ubuntu 11:04

Canonical label has just released version of Ubuntu 11:04 Natty Narwhal codenamed. The company said the new version will “continue the proud tradition of integrating Ubuntu is open source technologies, the latest and largest in the Linux distribution of high quality and easy to use.”

11:04 Ubuntu introduces a new outfit called Unity, is the culmination of two years following the design efforts of Canonical and the Ubuntu community.

For PC users, Ubuntu 04.11 supports laptops, desktops, and netbooks will replace on Ubuntu Netbook Edition. Ubuntu Server 11.04 makes it easier to interact with the server, as well as helps to reduce power consumption while Ubuntu Server 11.04 for UEC and EC2 for a new nuclear help improve the speed and ease easy operation on the option when configuring the system.

11:04 Ubuntu using the benefits of modern graphics to provide a visually rich interface for the PC. On the old computer, Ubuntu will automatically determine if the graphics card supports Unity, and will provide a classic experience when Unity features do not work. The classical experience is still an option for those who want to learn or can not switch immediately Unity.


Ubuntu 11.04 includes a Launcher bar at the left hand side of the screen (regardless if you’re on a laptop, desktop, or netbook) that allows users to quickly select the applications they want.

This new version also has emerged from the traditional interface, the search is the best way to find applications and files by using dashes. Hyphen makes the files, applications, music and video can search through fishing rod similar toolbar.

When looking for the application (by name or by category), users will see the most recent apps used or installed as well as suggestions to download new applications via the Ubuntu Software Centre, which including assessments of users and their ratings. This marks a change of approach to organizing files and introduces the search method that Canonical hopes users will find their data faster and more efficiently (although files and folders can still be accessed in the traditional way).

Ubuntu 11.04 also integrates a menu that contains most of the applications installed on the top of the screen will show only when required making it easier to switch between multiple screens, dozens of handy keyboard shortcuts to navigate quickly through screens and applications, adjust the volume, play, convert, and stop playing music, video.

Last but not least, the touch screen has been fully supported in Ubuntu 11:04, as well as using gestures to navigate.