Ubuntu Budgie 22.04 arrives with Budgie 10.6.1, Linux 5.15 and a long list of changes

Ubuntu Budgie 22.04

Pictures are uploading right now. And, how could it be otherwise looking back in time, Ubuntu Budgie has been one of the first to do so. Although we will write an article about them, around the same time the Lubuntu and Kubuntu images have been uploaded, although all have yet to make official releases. Probably the first to do so will be the Ubuntu Budgie 22.04.

Ubuntu Budgie 22.04, like the rest of the Jammy Jellyfish family, is an LTS version, one of those supported for the longest time, but also where an extra effort is made to add new features. and reading the notes from this release and other past, yes, there are many changes. Thus it is difficult to make a summary, and for users of the Budgie version of Ubuntu who want to know all the news, we recommend reading the original source. Here we will summarize the most outstanding.

Ubuntu Budgie 22.04 highlights

  • Linux 5.15.
  • Supported for 3 years, until April 2023.
  • Budgie 10.6.1 (release notes). We also recommend reading the Ubuntu Budgie 22.04 notes, since the list included in this section is long.
  • Lots of new Budgie Applets and Budgie mini-apps.
  • Budgie Welcome now starts much faster. Alternatively, you can now install Brave or Firefox ESR from here.
  • Many packs have been updated in themes, skins, and wallpapers, resulting in cosmetic tweaks throughout the operating system.
  • Firefox is available as snap by default.
  • Updated core packages, and ensure all are available for arm64.
  • GNOME Tweaks have been replaced by the Budgie Control Center, where, among other things, a section for managing power profiles has been added.
  • Possibility of putting a desktop background image directly from nemo.
  • Improvements for the version for the Raspberry Pi 4.

Users interested in installing Ubuntu Budgie 22.04 you can now download the new image from this link, soon from your download page. To upgrade, it is recommended to back up all important data, install any packages to be upgraded, and reboot. Then you have to start the update manager and follow the instructions on the screen. This is valid for Ubuntu Budgie 21.10 and 22.04 users.

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