Now that we've signed in April 2018, we know this month is the schedule for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver release. Perhaps many Linux users look forward to upgrade to the latest version soon, not a few also choose to stick with the current version. In Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu 18.04 is scheduled for release in April 2018, Ubuntu 18.04 (codenamed "Bionic Beaver") is an important version of the Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
The popular Linux OS.
Every two years LTS releases, and Ubuntu 18.04 includes the LTS version. Received long support over five years from Canonical Ubuntu developers. This means you can use Ubuntu 18.04 LTS with support up to 2023.
So why should you upgrade to Ubuntu 18.04? Let's look at the reason.
1. Security Upgrades
First and foremost, you must upgrade your current Ubuntu regularly to benefit from the latest security patches. This is necessary for the operating system, other underlying hardware drivers.
It is worth noting here that this applies to all operating systems, whether Linux-based, Windows, or macOS. Regular updates will improve the security of your computer. This is why Windows XP users are regularly encouraged to upgrade or switch to Linux.
However, there are potential security concerns that you should be aware of. With Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Canonical intends to collect data from your computer. As mentioned earlier, there is nothing personally identifiable in this data. Canonical will know what version of Ubuntu you are running, your location (based on your choice when setting up Ubuntu) and some other things.
2. Gnome Present On This Release
Probably the biggest news of the LTS release is the presence of GNOME 3.28. Since GNOME replaces Unity in Ubuntu 17.10 (although Unity is not really abandoned) GNOME has become the default Desktop Environment.
You do not have to use GNOME. Other Ubuntu desktop environments are also available, such as MATE.
GNOME on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS marks the first appearance of the new Unite-esque GNOME 3.0 desktop on long-term support releases. And that is a good reason to upgrade Ubuntu to version 18.04.
3. New Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Icons 
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS does not develop a new look, but with the new icon is expected to make the desktop more fresh. The project icon of open source Suru has been incorporated into Ubuntu 18.04. These icons were originally seen in the abandoned Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system.
As stated on the Suru web page (where you can see what will happen), "The original mobile app icon has been redesigned for their GNOME theme. Folder and icon file types have been added, based on unreleased Suru concept. Plus a full set of symbolic icons has been created, with many icons based on the original Suru system icon. "
4. Emoji Color
Ubuntu previously lets you off with a really embarrassing black and white emoji, hahaha. Come on, upgrade your Ubuntu version to 18.04 LTS, and your shyness will decrease thanks to the colorful emoji!
Although some tweaks will give you a color emoji on Ubuntu versions before 18.04 LTS, this is the first time they are entered by default.
The emoji you find on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is the same open source emoji as found on Android. For many users, this will be familiar.
5. New Linux Kernel
We know the kernel is the heart of Linux-based operating system. The kernel is essentially a component of the operating system that speaks with hardware.
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS was originally expected to include Linux Kernel v4.14, and while this is still possible, there is also a good possibility that the 4.15 kernel may appear as instead
6. Features and Applications Default Community Resources
Also worth your time in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is a collection of community-sourced features and apps. Announced in April 2017, calls for suggestions have resulted in increased support for NVIDIA GPUs, touchpad gesture support and BlueZ implementation for Bluetooth enhancement functionality
But that does not end there. Applications are also recommended, with some obvious options like Mozilla Firefox and LibreOffice, while Kdenlive and GNOME Calendars are also on the list.
These tools will not be available on the operating system by default. Instead, you will have the option to install it when you install Ubuntu.
An excellent reason to upgrade
So, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is coming soon and you already have a reason to upgrade:
- Security Improvement
- GNOME on LTS
- Collection of New Icons
- Colored Emoji
- New Linux Kernel
- Applications Sourced from the Community