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Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet Released With Windows Menu To Show Always And Many More Changes

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Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet Released With Windows Menu To Show Always And Many More Changes

 Ubuntu 15.04 is finally here with interesting tweaks, changes and updates. A tweak to show menu always is fascinating tweak in Unity 7.3 on Vivid Vervet. There are some more small improvements in Unity 7.3. The major improvement in Ubuntu 15.04 is the replacement of upstart with systemd that is expected to increase the booting speed of the OS. There are even more improvements, let's take a look at the complete changes and improvements in Vivid Vervet.

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Linux Kernel 4.0 Codenamed ‘Hurr Durr I’m A Sheep’ Released, Install/Upgrade In Ubuntu/Linux Mint

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Linux kernel 4.0 release hurr durr i'm a sheep

Linux Kernel 4.0 codenamed 'Hurr Durr I'm a sheep' (it's not a joke Smile has been announced by Linus Torvalds on the mailing list. 4.0 is not with some big changes but some small hardware support, driver improvements and bug fixes. There are more changes being given in this article below. If you want to upgrade to Linux Kernel 4.0 then you can follow this tutorial.

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