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Ubuntu 20.04.1: Released with several bug fixes

Recently, the Ubuntu development team announced the upgrade version of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. The new Ubuntu 20.04.1 is already available for download, and contains many bug fixes for bugs in the version 20.04 LTS.

Ubuntu 20.04 is currently the official LTS version of the operating system, and will be supported until 2025. With the release of version 20.04.1, the Canonical wants to boost the operating system even more.

What changes does Ubuntu 20.04.1 contain?

As mentioned earlier, the main purpose of the new release is to fix bugs in Ubuntu 20.04. However, the version 20.04.1 also contains some operating system security updates.

Additionally, Ubuntu 20.04.1 contains improvements for the new BootHole bug, which affects many of the distributions based on Linux. Detailed information on all bug fixes can be found here.

Ubuntu 20.04.1: Released with several bug fixes

Unfortunately, the new version of the operating system does not contain the 'Hardware Enablement Stack' (HWE), which is usually found in the first 'point' versions of ubuntu.

Soon, everyone users will be notified of the new version, and will be able to update their operating system, simply by pressing the update button. However, if you want to update immediately, you can open a terminal and run a force Update.

In case you do not know how to force update your system, you can just follow one of the countless guides available on the internet. In addition to updating through the terminal, users can update their system using the "Software & updates" application.

Of course, the new version is also available for λήψη, inside the official Ubuntu page. If you do not have an installed version of the operating system, you can download the installation files and then create a bootable USB. After creating the USB, restart your system and choose to boot from your USB device.


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