Ubuntu 16.04 proves even an LTS release can live at Linux’s bleeding edge

A disappointing trend has become clear to Linux users in recent years. Whenever Canonical offers a new Ubuntu Long Term Support (LTS) release, it tends to be conservative in nature. (See our Ubuntu 14.04 review, which earned a “Missing the boat on big changes” headline.) Apparently no one wants to try to support a brand new, potentially buggy piece of code for half a decade.

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