"Ubuntu's open source priority movement has expanded from telecommunications, finance and media to other areas. From public clouds to private data centers to edge devices or clusters, open source has become a reference for efficiency and innovation. Ubuntu 19.04 Leading projects in transition are widely supported and accelerate the deployment of applications in these areas through rich developer tools,” said Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth.
new functionPackage update
Linux 5.0 kernel
Tool chain upgrade
Desktop upgrade to GNOME 3.32
Wayland sessions can be scaled between 100% and 200% in 25% increments.
You can enable experimental support in your Xorg session to implement this feature.
A number of performance improvements. The GNOME Shell is now more responsive.
Fractional zoom support
New sound configuration panel
Change GNOME initial settings to add more settings in advance and make it easier to enable location services (for example, allow automatic time zone switching)
The tracker is included by default. This allows the desktop to track recently used files and improve search
Right-click processing now defaults to Region. This allows two fingers to right click and click on the bottom right corner of the touchpad
Alt-tab handles the current default switch window. By default, you can use the Super tab to switch applications.
The preview order of the windows in the Dock is now static and based on the order in which the windows were added
IWD can be enabled for the network manager
Installing Ubuntu Desktop on vmware will automatically install the open-vm-tools package to improve integration
Yaru theme is further refined and updated, and includes a new icon theme
Secure Graphics Mode: A new option has been added to the Grub menu that will be launched with "NOMODESET" to resolve issues on some graphics cards.
The latest version of Firefox (66.0) and LibreOffice(6.2.2) Available by default and installed
Official new versions of Disco Dingo including Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu Budgie, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Studio and Xubuntu are also available.
See detailsRelease notes.