Ubuntu 11.10 screenshots

Ubuntu 11.10, code-named Oneiric Ocelot, is the latest stable release of the popular Linux distribution. Since tradition demands that screenshots be published before a review, here are a few from a test installation for your visual pleasure. If you would like to get the gist on new features in this release, you might want to read the Release Notes.

The first screenshot is of the default desktop. It should look very familiar, if you are a current user of the distribution, or have used it in the past.
Ubuntu 11.10 Desktop

This screenshot shows where you start if you want to search for stuff.
Ubuntu 11.10 Dash Home

This is a view of the applications search window.
Ubuntu 11.10 Search

The System Settings contains graphical applications to use for managing the system.
Ubuntu 11.10 System Settings

This screenshot shows how search results can be filtered.
Ubuntu 11.10 Search Filter

The Software Center is the applications that received the most extensive surgical operation. The result, in general, is good, very good. Synaptic is no longer installed by default, but is available in the repository.
Ubuntu 11.10 Software Center

Like to play games? You are in luck because Ubuntu 11.10 ships with a good selection of games pre-installed, with lots more available for free installation.
Ubuntu 11.10 Software Center Games

Just two applications from Canonical partners are available in the Software Center. Canonical, by the way, is the company behind Ubuntu and other official Ubuntu derivatives.
Ubuntu 11.10 Software Center Partners

This screenshot shows some software available for purchase. There are about 30 of such applications, some free, some, not free.
Ubuntu 11.10 Software Center Buy

The least expensive application in the software Center is not really a software, but a magazine. A magazine! There are about a dozen of those, but not all are free.
Ubuntu 11.10 Software Center Cheapest

And the most expensive software in the Software Center is Illumination Software Creator, a development software for, well, software developers.
Ubuntu 11.10 Software Center Expensive

That is the final screenshot. Stay tuned for a review and a few tutorials in the coming week. You may download Ubuntu 11.10

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  1. Thanks for the screenshots. Seems to be good. Going to ugrade my ubuntu 11.04 to 11.10.

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