Now that the first beta of Ubuntu 12, which is Ubuntu 12 in the traditional sense, has been out for a few days, the company is letting users download the latest stable version for the first time.
Ubuntu 12.10, which was launched in May, is expected to be the final version.
We can expect the final Ubuntu 12 release to include a new desktop environment, the Unity desktop, as well as a new version of the Linux kernel.
Ubck is now shipping a pre-release version of Ubuntu 13.04, which includes the same desktop environment as Ubuntu 12 and is expected later this year.
Ubcks version of Unity is likely to be closer to the Ubuntu 14.04 release than the current version of Linux.
Ubcle, the Ubuntu community server, will also get a new look and the company has been preparing the Ubuntu team for the possibility of bringing the new server to market.
We are still awaiting official details on that, however.
Ubisoft will also be bringing its new version to market as well.
Ubble is currently only available as a beta, but it has been widely panned by users for its low performance and the fact that it has no support for the Ubuntu Linux desktop environment.
Ubquec, the third-party media player for the desktop, has received an update to 11.10 which includes a lot of new features, including support for video streams, an improved player, and support for a new type of audio format.
Ubiquec also includes a bunch of new video codecs and it has also been updated to include support for 4K video streams.
Ubicomp, the online video search engine, has also received an upgrade to 11 and will also support the new 4K content format.
It has also undergone some new features as well, including a revamped interface, better search features, and a new search bar.
Ubiz, the next generation web browser, has a lot more to offer, including more options for file sharing, a redesigned user interface, and better support for multi-user web applications.
Ubilities has been quietly working on a new user interface that will be used by the first batch of users who install Ubuntu 12 from their machines.
It will feature a unified look, with the most popular features grouped together under one unified interface, the Desktop.
Ubitest, the popular web browser and web-based testing platform, has had a major overhaul with an overhauled user interface.
Ubichannel, the multimedia codecs provider, has launched a new beta of 11.4 which includes support for new codecs including MP4, AAC, and WMA.
The company is also pushing out a new installer for Ubuntu 12 that will allow users to download and install software on their machines from within the Ubuntu software store.
Ubick has also released a new release of its software for Ubuntu.
Ubk, the new, Ubuntu-like, search engine has been delayed in Ubuntu 12 due to the ongoing work to improve the user experience.
Ublogic, the open source database provider, is now the most used software on the company’s servers, and has been updated with an enhanced search feature.
Ubok, the cloud storage provider, also has updated its database to support new cloud storage types, including Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure.
Ubow, the community-based online marketplace, has gained a number of new products, including the first fully open source marketplace for Ubuntu 14 and 15.
Ubovideo, the movie streaming service, has gone through some new changes as well with its revamped search engine.
Ubows new beta has also added support for Dropbox and Google Drive as well and it will support video streams and the ability to watch videos on your own TV.
Ubstor, the social network for music lovers, has released a beta version of its new mobile application.
It includes new features including the ability for people to share music with friends on Facebook and YouTube.
Ubulux, the browser-based storage provider for Linux distributions, has announced that it will also go live with a beta of 12.4.
Ubus, the software management tool, has recently received a major update to its software with new features for the cloud and for managing and monitoring storage.
Ubvirus, the antivirus software company, is working on its new beta, and it is expected in the coming months to introduce a new security feature to the software.
Ubware, the operating system for computers running Linux, has not yet launched but has been available for a while now.
It is based on Debian GNU/Linux.
Ubz, the virtual networking software, has now launched its beta version.
It also features a new interface that includes a search feature, improved search and search results, and new search bars for popular searches.
Ubzes new beta includes support to connect virtual machines and to install and configure virtualization tools on Windows and Linux