When you click on the download button on the Ubuntu website it gives you a few options. Two of them are Ubuntu Desktop and Ubuntu Server.

This could confuse new users. Why are there two actually 4 of them Which one should be downloaded Ubuntu desktop or server Are they the same What is the difference.

I am going to explain the difference between the desktop and server editions of Ubuntu. I8217ll also explain which variant you should be using.

To understand the difference between Ubuntu desktop and server you should understand the difference between a desktop and a server operating system.

A desktop is referred to a personal computer. A desktop operating system comes with a graphical user interface so that the users can use their mouse and keyboard. The primary purpose of a desktop is to give you a system that can be used for web browsing document editing viewingediting pictures and videos coding and gaming. Basically a general purpose computer for individuals end users or family members.


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