Some days before one of my friends came with his computer and asked me to install Ubuntu on it. Unfortunately I didn’t have the ISO of Ubuntu with me. It was an urgent matter so he consulted a technician for doing so. He was unhappy because the technician charged Rs.400 for the same. This is one of the common experience in our life .If you put a little attention on this article you can simply learn how to install Linux on your PC and either you can save money or you can earn money from it. Just follow the given steps and you will have Ubuntu downloaded on your or someone else’s device in no time.
Step 1: Install Ubuntu from its Official Website
Go to the official website of Ubuntu, and select the Desktop version. Here you will be presented with an option to Download. Click on it to initiate the process.
Step 2: Select Initial Details
Once the download process has begun, the installer will ask you if you want to download all the updates released thus far for Ubuntu, and if you want to install third-party software from multiple functions. Check both of these boxes just to be on the safer side.
Step 3: Select Installation Type
This is an important step so pay attention. It is now asking you whether you want to erase everything on your device and install Ubuntu as the sole operating system OR if you want to keep the current files and OS, but want to add Ubuntu. Select the option that you deem fit for your usage.
Step 4: Select Your Location
You will now be taken to a map where you will be asked to put your current location.
Step 5: Select Keyboard Layout
Depending on your language, select the keyboard layout for the operating system
Step 6: Provide Login Details
Here, you just need to provide the login details including your name, computer’s name, username, passwords, etc.
Step 7: Installation Will Commence
After Step 6, installation process will begin in the background, you are free to do whatever you want as the files get downloaded into your computer.
Step 8: Installation Complete
Once the installation is complete, you will get a prompt asking you to restart your device.
Once you restart, you will be able make use of Ubuntu operating system.