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A Brief History of Brown: Ubuntu Feature Timeline

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Love it or hate it, Ubuntu has changed the way Linux is perceived by many. A lot has changed since Warty Warthog, the first release, so we here at MakeTechEasier thought it was time to take a look at how Ubuntu has evolved over time with screenshots.

4.10 Warty Warthog

Warty was the the release that started it all, and turned this strangely named newcomer distro into something people were talking about. There was little from a technical standpoint that was particularly impressive, but even this first release was uncommonly user-friendly compared to many other Linux distributions at the time.

5.04 Hoary Hedgehog




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