Budgie Desktop has evolved very well and has won the love of many of the users, so much so that At the end of last year it became a new flavor of Ubuntu accompanying Xubuntu, Kubuntu, Lubuntu … Thanks to its official repository we can install this desktop environment in our operating system whether or not you use Ubuntu Budgie.
Today the developers of this desktop have announced the launch of Budgie Desktop 10.3 which includes improvements, corrections, and a new menu implementation ALT + TAB to change application. This improvement is a performance improvement, new animations and security.
Another detail that we have to take into account is the way the music menu is displayed that is playing at that time. This menu prevents downloading images from duplicate disc covers, the clock widget has also been improved with several customization options, with a 24-hour format or the ability to display the date.
How to install Budgie Desktop on our operating system
Now let's show you how you can install Budgie desktop for your Ubuntu-based operating system. To do this you just have to add the repository and install Budgie Desktop, all this in the terminal of our distribution:
For operating systems based on Ubuntu 16.04 and 16.10
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:budgie-remix/ppa sudo apt update sudo apt install budgie-desktop
For operating systems based on Ubuntu 17.04
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntubudgie/backports sudo apt update sudo apt install budgie-desktop sudo apt install budgie-indicator-applet
We close session and when you are to enter your password, click on the Ubuntu logo and select Budgie Desktop instead of Ubuntu (Default). If on top, you already use Ubuntu Budgie, you just have to update the system to have the new features.
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