Ubuntu Business Desktop Remix gets an update to 12.04

With the move to 'Precise Pangolin,' Canonical's business-focused Linux OS gains several new productivity features.

By Katherine Noyes, PC World |  Software, Canonical, Linux

By focusing on organizational needs, Ubuntu Business Desktop Remix is essentially a convenience for business users, making it easier to get what companies are likely to need while eliminating what they probably don't. It's also compatible with all Ubuntu certified hardware, apps, and tools.

Registration is required to download the software, but only because some of the included applications use a proprietary license, requiring an end-user license agreement (EULA).

Want to give the new and improved Ubuntu Business Desktop Remix a try for yourself? You can register and download it for free from the Canonical site. Canonical's Ubuntu Advantage program is also available for companies that want paid support.

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