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  1. Graphics driver development moves briskly, always adding some level of uplifted performance, bug fixes or crucially, support for newer graphics cards like Nvidia's RTX 2000 series. This makes using "stable" distros like Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS (Long-Term Support) a bit of a mixed bag for certain users. Thankfully, Ubuntu has clearly been listening to community and critical feedback over the past several months and is making a sweeping change to the way it handles updating the Nvidia proprietary driver in its LTS versions. The Linux Experiment dropped the news on YouTube, re
  2. Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS released Wednesday—here’s what’s new It's never been a better time to adopt a Bionic Beaver. Enlarge / Wherever possible, we recommend most users stick to LTS releases. Today's 18.04.4 update makes that possible for newer hardware, like HP's Dragonfly Elite G1. Jim Salter This Wednesday, the current Ubuntu LTS (Long Term Service) release—Bionic Beaver—launched its fourth maintenance update. Ubuntu is one of the most predictable operating system distributions in terms of its release
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