Ubuntu 13.10 ‘Saucy Salamander’ Final has been released! | Installation Instructions With Screenshots

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Finally, the most expected distribution in Linux World, Ubuntu 13.10 ‘Saucy Salamander’ final has been released, there is no official release announcement yet, but the download page of Saucy has been updated with the final packages. Just like most of you, We also expected it very long. This awesome distribution has come with plenty of new features and improvements.

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Download Ubuntu 13.10 ‘Saucy Salamander’

If you have already a previous release of Ubuntu, and want to upgrade to the latest 13.10 version, then please follow our step by step guide upgrade to Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander.

You can also Download the Getting Started Manual from the following link.

 Getting Started With Ubuntu 13.10

What’s New in Ubuntu 13.10?

- Kernel 3.11

- Unity 7

- Search hundreds of different online sources directly from the Dash.

- Filter Dash results in several different ways.

- Smart Scopes

- Add or remove scopes from the Dash to customize your experience.

- Browse messages from your social networks with the new Friends scope.

- Comes with the latest OpenStack cloud platform (Code name: Havana).

- Enhanced support for Linux Containers (LXC).

- Get work done in style with LibreOffice 4.0, now with new, modern presentation templates and built-in support for Ubuntu’s integrated menu bar.

Install steps of  Ubuntu 13.10 for Newbies

Screenshot from 2013-10-13 10_55_47Press Continue:

Screenshot from 2013-10-13 10_56_16Choose the first option and continue:

Screenshot from 2013-10-13 10_56_45Here we have 3 options:

1- Install Ubuntu alongside them, this mean if you have windows installed on your hard drive, ubuntu will be installed alongside windows.

2- Erase Disk and install Ubuntu : Be careful  because choosing this option will erase all the data on your hard disk. Only use it if you are testing in an old computer or if you have an empty hard drive

3- Something else: You can use this option if you have many partitions on your hard drive, use the empty one then to install Ubuntu

Screenshot from 2013-10-13 10_57_53If you choosed “something else” in the previous screen, You will got this screen, as you see in my case i chooses the free space on my hard disk :Screenshot from 2013-10-13 10_58_49 Screenshot from 2013-10-13 10_59_27 Screenshot from 2013-10-13 10_59_49 Screenshot from 2013-10-13 11_04_03Choose your language:Screenshot from 2013-10-13 13_04_45Enter your name, username, password …etc.Screenshot from 2013-10-13 13_05_30If you don`t have an Ubuntu One account, choose “Login Later”.Screenshot from 2013-10-13 13_05_48Installation will start now.Screenshot from 2013-10-13 13_06_08Now installation is done. Press reboot and enjoy the new release of Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander.Screenshot from 2013-10-13 13_09_44Ok, you have successfully installed Ubuntu 13.10, What’s now? Well, We have made a comprehensive guide about Top things to do after installing Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander. This guide will help you to enhance Ubuntu 13.10 further for day to day activities and it contains lot of interesting insight and ideas about what you can and should do after a successful installation.

Still having some issues? well, don’t hesitate to contact us via our brand new forum or IRC chat channel.

Cheers!!

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