Ubuntu was first released in 2004. It’s created on the base of Debian, a previous Linux OS. Ubuntu is the most popular open-source operating system.
Released in three editions: Desktop, Server, and Core for Internet of things devices and robots.
Ubuntu’s source code is open and available for anyone to use, test, and enhance around the world.
It’s secure. Say no to anti-virus
Compared to Windows, which requires the installation of antivirus software, the malware threats connected with Ubuntu are low. Ubuntu’s built-in firewall helps to reduce risks.
It is compatible with a variety of platforms and devices. It works on IoT devices, network servers, cloud servers (Ubuntu supports OpenStack), robots, and a variety of other devices, including Mac and Windows desktops.
Low system requirements
The recommended hardware requirements are a 700 MHz processor, 512MB RAM, and a 5GB hard disk.