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Ubuntu Download Live: Experience the Power and Flexibility of Ubuntu without Installing It


Ubuntu Download Live: How to Try Ubuntu Without Installing It




Have you ever wanted to try out a new operating system without affecting your current one? Have you ever needed to access your files or fix your computer when it won't boot normally? Have you ever wondered what Ubuntu is and why so many people love it?


If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be interested in learning about Ubuntu download live. This is a way of running Ubuntu, a popular and user-friendly Linux-based operating system, directly from a DVD or a USB stick, without installing it on your hard drive.




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In this article, we will explain what is Ubuntu, what is a live system, and why you might want to try Ubuntu without installing it. We will also show you how to create a bootable Ubuntu DVD or USB stick, how to boot into it, how to use it, and how to install it if you decide you like it.


Requirements for Ubuntu Download Live




Before you can try Ubuntu without installing it, you need to have some minimum requirements:



  • A computer with at least 2 GB of RAM and 25 GB of free hard drive space.



  • An internet connection (optional but recommended).



  • A blank DVD or a USB stick with at least 4 GB of capacity.



  • A tool for creating a bootable DVD or USB stick (we will provide some options later).



  • An Ubuntu image file (also known as an ISO file) that you can download from .



You can choose between two versions of Ubuntu: Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and Ubuntu 23.04. The LTS stands for long-term support, which means that it will receive security updates and bug fixes for five years, until 2027. The non-LTS version is more up-to-date, but it will only be supported for nine months, until 2024. You can choose whichever version suits your needs and preferences, but we recommend the LTS version for beginners and stability seekers.


How to Create a Bootable Ubuntu DVD or USB Stick




Once you have downloaded the Ubuntu image file, you need to create a bootable DVD or USB stick that you can use to run Ubuntu without installing it. There are different tools and methods for doing this, depending on the operating system you are using. Here are some of the most common ones:


From Windows




If you are using Windows, you can use one of these tools to create a bootable Ubuntu DVD or USB stick:



  • : This is a simple and fast tool that can create bootable media from ISO files. You just need to download it, run it, select your USB stick, select the Ubuntu image file, and click on Start. It will erase everything on your USB stick, so make sure you back up any important data first.



  • : This is another easy and reliable tool that can create bootable media from ISO files. You just need to download it, run it, select the Ubuntu image file, select your USB stick or DVD drive, and click on Flash. It will also erase everything on your USB stick or DVD, so make sure you back up any important data first.



From macOS




If you are using macOS, you can use one of these tools to create a bootable Ubuntu DVD or USB stick:



  • : This is the same tool as mentioned above for Windows. You just need to download it, run it, select the Ubuntu image file, select your USB stick or DVD drive, and click on Flash. It will also erase everything on your USB stick or DVD, so make sure you back up any important data first.



  • : This is another tool that can create bootable media from ISO files. You just need to download it, run it, select the Ubuntu image file, select your USB stick or DVD drive, and click on OK. It will also erase everything on your USB stick or DVD, so make sure you back up any important data first.



From Ubuntu




If you are already using Ubuntu, you can use one of these tools to create a bootable Ubuntu DVD or USB stick:



  • : This is a built-in tool that can create bootable media from ISO files. You just need to launch it from the menu, select the Ubuntu image file, select your USB stick or DVD drive, and click on Make Startup Disk. It will also erase everything on your USB stick or DVD, so make sure you back up any important data first.



  • : This is a command-line tool that can create bootable media from ISO files. You just need to open a terminal window and type a command like this: sudo dd if=/path/to/ubuntu.iso of=/dev/sdX bs=4M status=progress && sync, where /path/to/ubuntu.iso is the location of the Ubuntu image file and /dev/sdX is the device name of your USB stick or DVD drive (you can find it by typing lsblk). Be very careful with this command, as it will erase everything on your USB stick or DVD drive without any confirmation.



How to Boot into Ubuntu Download Live




After you have created a bootable Ubuntu DVD or USB stick, you are ready to boot into it and try Ubuntu without installing it. Here are the steps to do that:


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From DVD




If you have created a bootable Ubuntu DVD, follow these steps:



  • Insert the DVD into the drive of the computer where you want to try Ubuntu.



  • Restart the computer and press the key that opens the boot menu (usually F12, F10, F9, F8, Esc, or Del, depending on the manufacturer). You may need to change the boot order in the BIOS settings to make the DVD the first option.



  • Select the DVD as the boot option and wait for Ubuntu to load.



From USB Stick




If you have created a bootable Ubuntu USB stick, follow these steps:



  • Insert the USB stick into the port of the computer where you want to try Ubuntu.



  • Restart the computer and press the key that opens the boot menu (usually F12, F10, F9, F8, Esc, or Del, depending on the manufacturer). You may need to change the boot order in the BIOS settings to make the USB stick the first option.



  • Select the USB stick as the boot option and wait for Ubuntu to load.



How to Use Ubuntu Download Live




Once you have booted into Ubuntu download live, you will see a welcome screen that looks something like this:



Here are some of the things you can do from this screen:


Choose Your Preferred Language




You can select your preferred language from the drop-down menu on the top right corner of the screen. This will change the language of the interface and the keyboard layout. You can also click on Keyboard Layout on the bottom left corner of the screen to change it manually.


Enjoy Ubuntu




You can click on Try Ubuntu to start using Ubuntu without installing it. You will see a desktop environment that looks something like this:



From here, you can explore and enjoy some of the features and applications that Ubuntu offers, such as:



  • Browsing the internet with Firefox, a fast and secure web browser.



  • Accessing your files and folders with Files, a simple and elegant file manager.



  • Creating and editing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with LibreOffice, a powerful and free office suite.



  • Playing music and videos with Rhythmbox and Videos, two easy-to-use media players.



  • Fixing problems and recovering data with Disks and GParted, two handy disk utilities.



  • And much more!



You can also access more applications from the menu on the bottom left corner of the screen, or from the Software Center icon on the dock. You can also search for anything by clicking on Activities on the top left corner of the screen and typing in the search box.


Note that any changes you make or files you create in the live session will not be saved unless you use a persistent storage option (see FAQ below).


How to Install Ubuntu from the Live Session




If you decide that you like Ubuntu and want to install it on your hard drive, you can do so easily from the live session. Here are the steps to do that:



Click on Install Ubuntu icon on the desktop or on the dock. This will launch


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