For a long time, Ubuntu Kylin community has been actively collecting and adopting user feedback, knowing that users' demand for common entertainment and office software is becoming increasingly urgent, and the problem of too little ecology in Linux environment is becoming increasingly prominent.
The objective of the Ubuntu Kylin project is to create a variant of Ubuntu that is more suitable for previous Windows users all over the world. We are committed to provide you with a simpler and more enjoyable experience out-of-the-box. For instance, by providing UKUI Desktop Environment which provide a ‘familiar Windows-style layout’ to windows. Ubuntu Kylin has been a formal member of the Ubuntu family, since Ubuntu Kylin 13.04. Now, we are working on 21.04.
By default，Ubuntu Kylin 20.04 Pro is equipped with the latest Linux 5.10 LTS Kernel, with 9 newly developed applications including Kylin Music, Kylin Recorder, Kylin Camera,Kylin Installer,UKUI Bluetooth, Kylin Ipmsg,Kylin USB Creator, Kylin Calculator and Kylin Scanner.By further optimizing the animation effect and reconstructing the theme frame control style, we can bring more cool and unified visual experience.
As a fast-developing open source community, Ubuntu Kylin welcomes outstanding open source talents to join us, work for open source full-time together, and jointly create the most active open source community!
The latest Linux 5.8 kernel and UKUI 3.0 desktop environment are integrated in the Ubuntu Kylin 20.10 release by default. It fixed a lot of problems in the start menu, file manager, control panel, etc, so as to provide users with a more efficient and stable use experience. Welcome to download and have a try, and give us feedback on your use experience and optimization advices.
UKUI 3.0 is a lightweight desktop environment based on Linux distributions developed by Kylin, and is powered by the Ubuntu Kylin open source operating system by default. Currently, UKUI is available in Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux and other international Linux distributions.
The Ubuntu Kylin 20.04 LTS version is equipped with the UKUI 3.0 preview version by default. It has received wide attention and praise from community enthusiasts. It has been downloaded 3 million times. The official website has been continuously improving. A total of nearly 500 updates have been repaired in the 4 months after the release. Let's see what new features will be brought by UKUI 3.1?
Ubuntu Kylin 20.04.1 integrated 269 modifications from the previous four system updates, and carried out comprehensive security upgrade, bug repair and stability improvement, including optimizing 4K support, improving 3D display performance by 46%, fixing usn-4432-1 (grub 2 bug), and continuing to update the app store. Users who encounter exceptions using version 20.04 are welcome to download, install or update to the 20.04.1 version of this release for better use experience.
With the release of Ubuntu Kylin 20.04 LTS, users and developers are turning their attention to the upcoming Ubuntu Kylin 20.10. Ubuntu Kylin 20.10 is a short-term support version. and will be the 16th official release of Ubuntu Kylin. Code-named "Groovy Gorilla"(means excellent gorilla), currently in development, official will provide a nine-month support cycle with ongoing core bug fixes, security patches and new app releases
On July 17, the official support for Ubuntu Kylin 19.10 will be terminated and users will not be able to continue to get official updates to the program, recommending users of 19.10 upgrade to Ubuntu Kylin 20.04 LTS.
Since Ubuntu Kylin 20.04 LTS released, the official teams are stilling actively collecting and gathering users feedback and suggestions, recording and dealing several issues. For any problems or suggestions encountered in the use of the system, welcome to feedback through our user feedback program in system, wechat/QQ communication group, official email, community forum and other ways. The official teams will release system updates irregularly according to the new functions and bug fixes of each component. Let's work together to build a better Linux operating system.