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Ubuntu 10.04 Live CD Installer gets improved look

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The Ubuntu 10.04 Live CD has ditched the boring ‘black on white text’ menu approach and instead delivers up a GUI menu. Whilst we’re still 2 months away from the final installer design, here’s a quick peek at it as it currently exists: -

So you’ve download and burnt your Ubuntu 10.04 Live CD, you pop it into your disc tray and whirr up.

The new look menu

But what happens if you don’t press a key during the fleeting all-but-a-second the first screen show for? Lo and behold you see the gorgeous new Ubuntu Plymouth boot screen whizzing by your eyes before fading into this menu: -

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