How To Download Ubuntu ISO Image To Install On PC/Laptop/Netbook, Notebook/Virtualbox/VMware Player

Ubuntu is one of the most secure and very famous alternatives to Microsoft Windows. And one of best things about Ubuntu is that If you go for Ubuntu, There is no headache of product keys like Windows, This one of the most secure operating system can be used for free with lifetime updates.

Though Ubuntu is free and easy to download. But there are many Linux aficionados, Who do not know how to download Ubuntu or experience problems while downloading the ISO image file of Ubuntu. Today’s videos is specifically for those who find it difficult how to or where to download Ubuntu to install it on a PC, Laptop, Netbook, Notebook, Virtualbox, VMware Player and any other device?

Before proceeding furthermore, Make sure Your device meets the Minimum System Requirements or not

Minimum System Requirements For Ubuntu 15 Are

1 GHz processor (for example Intel Celeron) or better.

1.5 GB RAM (system memory).

7 GB of free hard drive space for installation.

Either a CD/DVD drive or a USB port for the installer media.

Internet access is helpful (for installing updates during the installation process).

I would like to suggest you Don’t go off downloading the ISO image file from any file sharing website, torrent website or any other infamous place. Ubuntu.com is the perfect and safe place to download latest Ubuntu installation files without any risk.

Head over to Ubuntu.com to download Ubuntu ISO files. You can find links in the video description.

Ubuntu is available in 4 versions respectively Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Cloud and Ubuntu Kylin. Here I assume You want to use Ubuntu for personal or general use. Ubuntu Desktop is an appropriate version for you. Otherwise You may download whatever version you need.

Click on Ubuntu Desktop to get the download links.

There are three downloading options, First one is regular download option and the second one is the network installer for those old PCs with no CD DVD drive and USB bootable support. Third download option is Bittorrent. This option is useful for those Who use a slow or unreliable internet connection. You need to install uTorrent or any other Bittorrent client to use this option.

If you want to use regular download option then choose 32 or 64 Bit version from the drop down menu and click download button.

Now scroll down the page and click on Not now, take me to the download

Start downloading.

You may also go for alternative downloads and torrents, If You are not happy with this download option.

Go back to the download page and Click on Alternative downloads and torrents

On the next page, Scroll down the page until you find torrent download links to download your preferred version.

I hope you’ll find today’s video useful and easily download ISO image of Ubuntu. If you still experience any issue, Please do let me know using the comment section. I’ll try to solve your problem as soon as possible.

Stay tuned, My next video tutorial is on how to make bootable USB in Windows to install Ubuntu