Canonical has laid out plans for future versions of its Ubuntu distribution. The company has ideas for future versions, including an immutable desktop edition and improved security controls for applications. "Ubuntu Desktop must hold itself to the highest standards of security for both daily users and organisations with specific compliance requirements. Ubuntu’s recommended security configurations should be easy to understand and available as the default experience. Ubuntu 23.10: We are currently working on a highly experimental implementation of hardware-backed full disk encryption as an option in the Ubuntu installer and the newest release of software-properties improves security for PPA key management." Additional plans and details can be found in the company's statement.
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