From the perspective of our end-users, developers are no longer simply adding new functionality to software code, but looking back at their work, focusing on collating and standardizing their code, which is always a good thing. Apple used it before their snow Leopard snow leopard system, and it was a huge success.
Today, the Ubuntu developer Canonical is also preparing to emulate Apple, and the release is the long-awaited Ubuntu 13.04, code-named Raring Ringtail. This latest version of the most popular Linux release, Ubuntu, will be officially launched today for public use, which has released a beta version and canonical has been controversial about its secrecy. Raring Ringtail is called "the fastest and most visually effective Ubuntu experience ever", and highlights the small memory footprint of this version and its extremely fast response speed. Most code normalization in this release is intended for future mobile versions of Ubuntu, and in response to this change, developers have also discovered that the system provides a preview SDK suite for development applications, as well as the ability to debug applications in Mir display servers.
At the time of this writing, there are several hours left before the release of Ubuntu 13.04. I'm sure you'll be able to download this very user-friendly operating system for free on Ubuntu's official website after you've read this article.