How to Download Ubuntu via Torrent [Absolute Beginner’s Tip]

Downloading Ubuntu is pretty straightforward. You go to its official website. Click on the desktop download section select the appropriate Ubuntu version and hit the download button.

Ubuntu is available as a single image of more than 2.5 GB in size. The direct download works well for people with high-speed internet connection.

However if you have a slow or inconsistent internet connection you8217ll have a difficult time downloading such a big file. The download may be interrupted several times in the process or may take several hours.

If you also suffer from limited data or slow internet connection using a download manager or torrent would be a better option. I am not going to discuss what torrent is in this quick tutorial. Just know that with torrents you can download a large file in a number of sessions.

The Good thing is that Ubuntu actually provides downloads via torrents. The bad thing is that it is hidden on the website and difficult to guess if you are not familiar with it.


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