The Desktop .iso image of Ubuntu 23.10 is finally available to download after a few days of delay!
Ubuntu 23.10, code-name Mantic Minotaur, was released on October 12. However, due to a malicious translation incident, the .iso image for the desktop edition was removed.
Now, the issue has been fixed. And, today could be the official release date, according to this announcement.
Ubuntu 23.10 is powered by Linux 6.5 and uses GNOME 45 as the default desktop environment. Core features include new app center, new firmware updater, TPM-backed full disk encryption, Raspberry Pi 5 support, new “Tiling Assistant” extension, and more. See my feature overview page for more.
Download Ubuntu 23.10
To download Ubuntu 23.10, you may either go to the official Ubuntu download page:
Or, use this Ubuntu 23.10 only download link.
For faster downloading speed, you can also choose an official download mirror that near to you.
For Ubuntu 23.04 users, the upgrade channel should be available soon. Just try launching “Software Updater” and install all available updates, then, re-launch with
update-manager -c to tell to check if a new distribution release is available.