Ubuntu Linux 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish… Following Microsoft's latest achievements with Windows 10, we could say between serious and funny:
Do you want to live dangerously? Continue running Windows.
Recently, an analyst found a very simple simple way to open any Windows system with RID Hijacking.
So if you are thinking of an alternative, try the Canonical Ubuntu Linux 18.10, also known as Cosmic Cuttlefish, to be released today.
Of course, the most secure on Linux distributions is to prefer long-term support or LTS from long-term support. In the case of Ubuntu, the LTS version is Ubuntu 18.04. However if you want to try new features you can install Ubuntu Linux 18.10. You should be aware that this version is only supported for nine months.
Cosmic Cuttlefish wears the Linux 4.18 core, which best supports AMD, Nvidia GPU, USB Type-C and Thunderbolt technologies.
In addition, you'll find the latest version of GNOME 3.30, which is referred to as the faster version than the previous version. This is because some memory leaks have been corrected. Canonical has also added a new community theme, Yaru, which is installed by default. Read more about the Community theme Yaru.
This Ubuntu distribution says goodbye to some of its 32-bit versions. So there will be no 32-bit version of Ubuntu Mate, Kubuntu and Ubuntu Budgie.
This means that if you are still running a Ubuntu 32-bit version, you will not be able to update it to 18.10.
Ubuntu 18.10 will start a second faster because it uses the LZ4 compression instead of the older gzip for the original ramdisk of the system (initramfs).
These are currently in anticipation of upcoming traffic. Yes the new version will be released tonight, 18.10.2018. You will find the new version in the link below. By the time of publication Canonical has not uploaded the new ISO to its servers.