The Next Big platform has been updated with Ubuntu 15-10.x.
The company has announced the first of many upcoming updates for the Ubuntu software that will come with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS.
The update is available in the Ubuntu Software Centre and is part of Ubuntu 15’s Ubuntu Software Upgrades (AST) update.
Ubuntu 15.09.1 and Ubuntu 15, the latest versions of the Ubuntu desktop, will also be updated.
Ubuntu’s latest Ubuntu release, Ubuntu 15 is an update to the popular desktop and mobile OS.
The software has been in the testing phase for a few months, and has already been approved for release to users, according to Next Big.
The release will roll out on October 29.
Ubunut, the company that runs Next Big, said it is releasing Ubuntu 15 on October 25.
This marks the 10th anniversary of Ubuntu, and it’s a major milestone for the Linux desktop.
“Ubuntu is the most widely used Linux distribution in the world,” Next Big said in a blog post.
“Today we are excited to announce that Ubuntu 15 will be the first major Ubuntu release to come with our AST update.
This is a major step towards the release of Ubuntu on the next big next-generation platform, the NextBig Platform.”
Next Big said the update will add a new, much-needed security update to Ubuntu 15 that will enable it to handle the latest security threats and vulnerabilities.
The Ubuntu 15 update will also include a number of fixes and performance enhancements that will help users enjoy the benefits of Ubuntu and Ubuntu Server 15.3, which is due to ship in October.