Ubuntu fans are in luck, as Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, the latest version of Canonical's flagship operating system, has been updated for the first time, specifically to version 16.04.01 LTS.
As usual in Canonical's work methodology, Ubuntu 16.04.01 LTS it is nothing more than a maintenance release of version 16.04, which is responsible for making the system more stable and correcting the bugs that users have found in it.
This update being maintenance does not bring big changes, being an improved 16.04 LTS. The most notable novelty of all is the DEB package installation improvement, which is known to cause problems in the original 16.04 LTS version.
Thanks to this, the system has achieved much more stability, since so there will not be any more problems in something as crucial as the installation of packages, something key in any Linux operating system.
Being an LTS version, the 16.04 LTS version it is going to have many versions of this type until the support comes to an end. Each update will try to optimize, improve and correct this system in this version, but without losing its essence, as it did with 14.04 LTS and 12.04 LTS.
How could it be otherwise, not only the original Ubuntu with Unity desktop has been updated, since the rest of the system flavors have also been updated to version 16.04.01 LTS. Among them we have the famous Lubuntu, Ubuntu Mate, Ubuntu Gnome and Kubuntu among many others.
Those who have version 16.04 LTS installed, you will only have to execute the corresponding update commands in the command console. Those of you who are new or come from another old version, you must download this version through this official link, in which you have the ISO of this great operating system.