Ubuntu is a free and open source software operating system, distributed by Linux and based on Debian. It is aimed at the average user with a strong focus on ease of use and improving the user experience.
Since its first version, released in 2004, Ubuntu has positioned itself among the most widely used operating systems, alongside Windows and Mac Os. In addition, a large community of Ubuntu users has been created, where users can discuss and share information related to Ubuntu.
Advantages and disadvantages of Ubuntu
In the following article we are going to point out a number of advantages and disadvantages of this operating system.
Advantages of Ubuntu
- Free. Being a free software is totally free, both the operating system and most applications.
- Very customizable. The open source code allows numerous customization options for greater user convenience.
- Less system requirements. It is an operating system that does not require state-of-the-art equipment.
- Less system requirements.
- Large amount of free software. It has a large number of free applications and programs supported by a large community of users.
- It has a large number of free applications and programs supported by a large community of users.
- Security. No need to install antivirus. It highlights the security against computer attacks.
Disadvantages of Ubuntu
- It presents many problems for video games. Most video games do not run properly on Ubuntu. Not recommended for gamers.
- Little compatibility with other programs. Not compatible with all programs and applications.
- Little compatibility with other programs.
- Difficult installation Installing certain programs and hardware drivers is a costly task.
- Complicated interface. For new users it can be a bit complicated to use.