Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to be support for 10 years (really, really LTS) – Liliputing

Canonical releases a new version of its popular Ubuntu operating system every six months — but most versions are only officially supported for nine months. That means if you want a stable version of Ubuntu that you can run for a long time, you’ll probably want to opt for an LTS release like Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

Those letters stand for Long Term Support, and up until recently that meant Canonical would offer five years of official support.

Source: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to be support for 10 years (really, really LTS) – Liliputing

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