Lubuntu: Everything You Need To Know

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Lubuntu is a lightweight Linux distribution based on Ubuntu. It has a neat and easy-to-use user interface. Today we are going to talk about this operating system a bit. Now you just wanted an OS with all the essentials; softwares, applications or services that both supports 32 and 64-bit operating system that uses LXQt desktop interface, say hello to Lubuntu, another lightweight contender in the Linux division. It boasts a clean and friendly user interface with all the selection of light applications, that only demands very low hardware requirements, as develop by Mario Behling and continued by Julien Lavergne. You can use Win32 Disk Imager to install Lubuntu on your PC. You can download it from its website at


With the latest release of 20.4, it no longer uses the standard LXDE since its developer has now centered its focus on LXQt, thus the transition. Well suited for netbooks, it comes with a complete set of important tools like multimedia, graphics applications, internet, and office. There are useful utilities as well, provides minimal resources for heavy programs, actively supported by Ubuntu software repository, opening up access to thousands of packages available to be installed by graphical software management tools, and can be merged with Razor-qt. As for system requirement; a Pentium II or Celeron CPU with PAE support, 128 of RAM, and 2 GB of a hard drive.

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