Four desktop options now greet users of this popular Linux distribution.
Small businesses don't always need Microsoft Office software for word processing, spreadsheets, email, database and publishing tools.
Instead, the forthcoming processor will be 'a Windows 8 chip,' the company reportedly said.
Of particular interest to business users is support for whole disk encryption.
The open-source content management system offers a bevy of features that makes it ideal for authors, vendors, media producers and more.
It's been almost a year since the last release, but a raft of updates make this new Linux distribution well worth checking out.
A new version of Nvidia's proprietary graphics driver will let Linux users benefit from its switching technology.
Two builds are now available for developers: one for the desktop, and one for ARM devices.
Though its name is still up in the air, the new OS is reportedly due in October.
Also included in the latest release of Mozilla's popular email client are Do Not Track support and Ubuntu One integration.