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Ubuntu has a new version, this time an important release, because it will set the development path for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (long-term support), it contains almost all commonly used applications: word processing, email, software development Tools, web services, etc., you can experience it if you like.
1.LZ4 compression for faster startup
With the LZ4 compression algorithm, Ubuntu 19.10 will boot faster than its previous version. The Ubuntu kernel team conducted some experiments to benchmark the impact of the compression algorithm and found that LZ4 provided the best results.
I am running systemd-analyze to check the boot time of Ubuntu 18.04 and 19.04 installed on my Intel NUC. Ubuntu 19.10 does boot faster than Ubuntu 18.04.
2.Experimental ZFS support
Ubuntu 19.10 brings support for the ZFS file system. However, it is still experimental. When installing Ubuntu 19.10, you have the option to use ZFS instead of the default EXT4 file system.
3.NVIDIA graphics driver in ISO
The ISO now includes a proprietary NVIDIA graphics driver. This means that even if you are offline, you can now install NVIDIA's proprietary graphics driver while installing Ubuntu 19.10.
The size of the NVIDIA driver is about 115 MB, which increases the size of the ISO. Variants such as Ubuntu MATE have removed less used programs and language packs, keeping the ISO size around 2 GB. Of course, you can get these packages after installing the operating system.
4.GNOME 3.34 and its performance and visual changes
GNOME 3.34 has been released with performance and visual improvements. Ubuntu 19.10 comes with GNOME 3.34 and it will contain these changes.
One of the obvious changes is the background setting. Now you can see all available wallpapers and set them as desktop background and lock screen at the same time.
You can also add other wallpapers from your computer, and these new wallpapers will also be available in the settings. This makes it very easy to manage wallpapers in Ubuntu.
GNOME 3.34, including creating application folders
"Greatly Improved" Desktop Performance
USB drive appears on Ubuntu Dock
Linux 5.3 kernel
Updated toolchain to include Python 3.7.5
Proprietary NVIDIA graphics driver provided during installation
Experimental ZFS installation support
New "light" Shell UI
DLNA share default support
Updated applications, including LibreOffice 6.3