Ubuntu Customization Kit 205 Is Out

Ubuntu Customization Kit (UCK) 2.0.5 is out! This is the latest version of a popular open-source tool that helps users customize their Ubuntu desktop experience. The tool allows users to make changes to the look and feel of their Ubuntu installation, as well as to add or remove software and services.

UCK has been around for some time, but this latest version includes a number of new features. The most notable addition is a new graphical user interface (GUI) that makes customization easier for users who don’t feel comfortable with a command-line interface. The GUI provides a simple point-and-click interface that makes it easier to browse and select options.

In addition to the GUI, UCK 2.0.5 also includes some powerful new features. One of the most exciting is the ability to customize the Ubuntu installation with pre-packaged “snapshots”. Snapshots are complete system configurations that can be used as a starting point for customizing your Ubuntu installation. These snapshots can include pre-installed applications, custom themes, and more.

Another new feature of UCK 2.0.5 is the ability to customize the kernel. This allows you to modify the core of your Ubuntu installation, which can be very useful for customizing your system for a specific purpose. You can also use UCK to add third-party applications and drivers.

Finally, UCK 2.0.5 includes a new “Live CD” feature that allows you to create a bootable CD or USB drive of your customized Ubuntu installation. This is very useful for sharing your custom Ubuntu installation with others, or for backing up your system before making any major changes.

Overall, UCK 2.0.5 is a great tool for customizing your Ubuntu installation. It’s easy to use, and provides a lot of powerful features. If you’re looking to customize your Ubuntu desktop, this is definitely the tool you should be using.