A Linux distribution called Pinguy OS 18.04, based on Ubuntu, seeks to deliver a user-friendly and feature-rich operating system right out of the box. It aims to provide a seamless and polished desktop experience that is appropriate for both inexperienced and seasoned users. A modified version of the GNOME desktop environment, renowned for its cutting-edge and user-friendly interface, is included in Pinguy OS 18.04. The pre-installed software for common tasks, including web browsing, email, office productivity, multimedia playback, and system administration, is part of the distribution.
This brief guide will teach you how to install the Pinguy operating system on your PC.
Step 1: First, download the ISO image of the Pinguy OS 18.04 from the official website. Run the installer and choose your preferred language.
Step 2: Set your time zone and keyboard layout and click the Continue button.
Step 3: Check the boxes for “Download updates” and “Install third-party software for graphics” and click the Continue button.
Disk Partition Management
Step 4: Choose automatic or manual partitioning.
Step 5: Click the Install Now button & confirm that you want to write changes to the disk by pressing the Continue button on the pop-up window.
Set your region & time zone.
Step 6: Create a new user by entering a username, hostname, and password, then click the continue button. Restart your computer once the installation completes to use the new installation.