I’ve been running with Ubuntu on my desktop for a long time, even after upgrading it to 4GB RAM (it’s a really old PC). Nonetheless, Lubuntu (which is Ubuntu with LXDE) prompted me to upgrade from Raring to Saucy. I did, and as with all Ubuntu upgrades, it took absolutely ages to complete. But after a reboot, I noticed the login screen is now identical to the LXDE login screen of my Fedora box (which is also using LXDE). This is good and bad — good in that it gives users a consistent login experience regardless of distribution, but bad in the sense that the identity of Ubuntu has been slightly lost.
- What’s New In Ubuntu 13.10 “Saucy Salamander,” for Desktop and Phones (lifehacker.com)
- Ubuntu Studio 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) Officially Released – Screenshot Tour (news.softpedia.com)
- Ubuntu 13.10 ‘Saucy Salamander’ Final has been released! | Installation Instructions With Screenshots (unixmen.com)
- Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander lands with mostly minor tweaks (engadget.com)
- How To Upgrade From Ubuntu 13.04 Raring To Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander (unixmen.com)
- Ubuntu Saucy Salamander is Here (phoenixoperands.wordpress.com)