Ubuntu Budgie 17.04 Daily Build Coming Soon

Ubuntu BudgieIt is struggling, but the day will come when Ubuntu Budgie will be a reality. It was believed that it would arrive alongside the Xenial Xerus brand that was launched in April 2016, but no. The same was thought in October when the Yakkety Yak brand was launched, but neither. Next April, it seems that Budgie Remix will definitely take advantage of the launch of the Zesty Zapus brand to change its name to Ubuntu Budgie, a version of which soon we will be able to try the first build daily.

At this time we can already try Budgie remix but, if we do, we will still be installing an unofficial Ubuntu flavor. In a short time we will be able to test the first version with official Canonical support, but it is probably not worth it because it is a Daily Build version, that is, a beta version that is updated daily and that is available many months before the official launch of the new version of Ubuntu.

As you may have already noticed, we have updated our new ubuntubudgie.org page, making it faster and easier to use on various devices. Do you want to download Ubuntu Budgie from a phone? You can! No more fighting with the web when visiting several pages or a post. The website is fully responsive, which translates into a better experience for all users.

Budgie Desktop 10.2.9 Now Available

The graphical environment Budgie Desktop 10.2.9 is now available. It has come with many improvements and it seems that it is also available for Budgie Remix 16.04 and 16.10, which means the new version can be installed from the stable repositories. The new version will also be available for Ubuntu Budgie 17.04 when the first Daily Build versions are released, a release that will take place in the coming weeks.

Personally, I think Ubuntu Budgie uses a visually appealing graphical environment, but I have to admit that I have not been able to stay with him because it is not easy to make some modifications that I cannot live without. Have you already tried it? What do you think of Budgie Remix, the future Ubuntu Budgie?

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