In the end of this month, on April 26th to be exact, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS "Precise Pangolin" will be released by Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu project. This is a much awaited release by the Ubuntu comunity around the globe, bringing many new features, and also most importantly is the version entitled Long Term Support (LTS) will be supported for five years for both desktop and server version of the operating system.
In this last minutes before the public final release, the developers are very busy for sure, preparing the OS to ensure it will be a perfect product for everyone to use.
I have been using Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin since its first beta release, and found it much better than any of its predecessors, be it in performance, look and feel, and also some new features.
One of the main feature in the latest Ubuntu OS is, of course, Unity, the desktop environment inspired by the sky-rocketing popularity of tablet devices. By delivering Unity, the Ubuntu team aims to provide most efficient, efective and pleasent to use user interface, mainly for new users.