Ubuntu 22.10 has officially a few new wallpapers and the “Kinetic Kudu” will be released on October 20, according to version tradition. Now, all new versions of Ubuntu come with custom-designed wallpaper.
It’s worth noting that this version of the mascot is not drawn using rigid geometry or bisecting circles as before, but a single-line drawing, probably also in keeping with the “Kinetic Kudu” concept.
In addition, the Ubuntu 22.10 default wallpaper has a gray version, and you can download these default wallpapers through Ubuntu Launchpad.
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Ubuntu version 22.10 will feature GNOME 43 when it launches in October 2022, but the Ubuntu team will customize it. Users eager to try out GNOME 43 right now can download a nightly GNOME OS image, though users are advised not to rely on it in production use.
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