UBUNTU 18.04 LTS – TOP 8 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu Bionic Beaver – First Steps w/ Ubuntu

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) is HERE! Here’s my top 8 things to do after installing Ubuntu. These are the best steps to get you up and running with the 18.04 release (release date April 26 2018) and get a little customization started.

★★ Ubuntu 18.04 Download: http://releases.ubuntu.com/18.04/

📼 More Linux Tips & Tricks: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzo7l8HTJNK-5gUFMYpsB7rhZxdBjQOt7

► Updates:
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
(Or check…

18 thoughts on “UBUNTU 18.04 LTS – TOP 8 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu Bionic Beaver – First Steps w/ Ubuntu

  1. I don't care for Ubuntu or Gnome3, but I'm glad to see you do something with GNU/Linux.

    When do you think you will be transitioning to Linux for your video work?

  2. If you prefer gnome2, try Ubuntu Mate
    (Pronounced MAH-tay, the MAH sounds like a stuck-up British person saying it)

    Ubuntu Mate is a continuation of Gnome2.
    Try the Mate tweak tool.

  3. Interesting video as always, i stopped using Ubuntu because of its UI (and not having the time to switch to Gnome after installing it) and i'm quite glad they switched to Gnome finding it fancier, more polished and liking it's multitask view.
    I can also see that you've changed your audio mixer, what is it / review soon ?

  4. I really like Linux, but hate how unstable Ubuntu is transitioning from Unity to Gnome. I hated Unity too, but their decision of forcing Wayland instead of running in X for default makes it slower because many drivers are not fully adapted to Wayland. You can login in X, but they customized many things and it doesnt work well in X either, it causes many graphical glitches too. I prefer Linux Mint or Ubuntu MATE over the main Ubuntu.

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