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The initial setup is very easy.
Ubuntu is rather stable, simple to deploy, stable, and well supported by an open-source community.
We use Ubuntu Linux because it is scalable, stable and developer-friendly.
The most valuable feature is that it's developer-friendly and easily accessible. Like any other Linux operating system, you have access to open sources, all the necessary tooling, and anything that helps developers do their work. I'm no Linux guru, but Ubuntu offers packages that I find easy to use. There are other options for people who are very skilled with Linux, but this solution has the perfect balance of having enough technical requirements to meet your needs while still being usable. It doesn't require you to be so technically proficient that you need to recompile kernels or anything like that. It's a Linux operating system for normal people.
The initial setup is simple.
The solution is scalable.
There is value in the long-time supported distribution LPS.
Ubuntu is good for machine learning. It's also a good option for any type of application, like multimedia and movies.
Windows needs a refresh option to refresh its screen, but Ubuntu doesn't need that. It refreshes automatically and works well.
The solution has high fantastic performance.
As we have repositories in my country, the ease of use and the open source nature of the solution are valuable features.
The solution is more secure than competitors such as Microsoft Windows.
Ubuntu Linux is developer-oriented.
The main distinguishing feature between Ubuntu and other Linux distribution is that Ubuntu has excelled at user-friendliness. It's very easy to use.
Open source with a fast OS.
The solution is free to use.
I like the flexibility.
It is open-source, secure, and easy to use.
The tools we are using for this project are compatible with this solution.
The solution is stable and performing very well.
The main feature of the solution is it has a command-line editor.
It is more powerful because you have more control over it.
It is stable and modern.
The solution has proven to be scalable. It can scale quite well.
It is easy to use, performs great, and is stable and scalable.
Ubuntu is very easy to use and you can manage it on your own.
It keeps you secure from virus and malware attacks.
You can scale the solution quite well.
It is fast and easy to install. It also supports containers and all kinds of libraries. I can do almost everything with it.
More people should use this solution.
I like that everything is in the command line. It is really helpful.
What I like best is the way in which packages are managed.
There are many good automation features in Ubuntu.
Ubuntu Linux has the advantage of performance. It runs very quickly.
Some of the highlighted valuable features are that is based on Linux, configurable, functional, and robust.
There is a lot of freedom and flexibility to install it really quickly. It is just very powerful in the sense that it doesn't take up as many resources to run as some of the other operating systems. It is open source, so it is free. There is no licensing fee.
There is flexibility and freedom to do whatever you need to do. If you are familiar with the command line, you can jump on the command line and configure almost any part of the operating system that you want. If you are not comfortable with the command line, the graphical user interface has really improved ever since I started using Linux back in high school. It is really very simple to manage your settings and other things.
You can also try out multiple desktop environments. As a matter of fact, on one of my laptops, I have installed five different desktop environments, and I can switch between them. If you don't like one, you can easily just install another one with a few commands, and you have got a whole new desktop right there, whereas, in Microsoft Windows or a Mac, you are just stuck with whatever they give you, and you have to wait until they sell you something else.
I like this product much better than some other similar solutions.
The solution has a very good graphical user interface.
The most valuable feature of this solution is that Linux has cost-effective licenses.
The solution is stable, fast and free.
The feature that I have found the most valuable is that it is open source. It is also very easy to manage. We can manage it ourselves.
The auto upgrade operating system feature.
They have provided a new interface, which is great.
The security is very good.
The feature that I most like in Ubuntu is that it is really easy to use. Ubuntu is very easy to use and comes with many available packages. I think that Ubuntu is a good solution for the small business or a small lab.
The most valuable features are that it's free and that it is simple to use.
Doesn't require significant manual configuration.
The most valuable features are stability and updates. We are not using the interface, the interface of the OS, we are using it as the server. We actually sync it through SSH and we deploy our application, so we don't have access to do it. The updates are very helpful and the way they update their OS is very helpful.
The setup is fairly easy.
For us, OpenStack is awesome. We want something that will be much simpler than a broad and complicated solution.
The most valuable feature is the user interface.
I think Ubuntu's main strength, as opposed to using the other Linuxes, has been its ability to encourage user feedback.
Ubuntu has a good interface, it is easier to use than other distribution such as CentOS or Red Hat. It's suitable for beginners who want to start learning Linux. It has a simple interface and it's easy to use.
I find the Linux community very valuable and the fact it is open source. So it's free and I use it without any problems.
The solution is stable.
There are many features I like about this solution, but one that stands out, is that it allows me to easily install new packages and to have recent packages available.