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Welcome to the home of community documentation for Ubuntu! Before editing this page, please read the WikiGuide page. Thanks!

== Start Here ==

 * '''Documentation''' - [ Official Documentation Website] - Including the [ Ubuntu], [ Kubuntu] and [ Xubuntu] Desktop Guides and the [ Server Guide].
 * '''Other Resources''' - HowToGetHelp - Lists support resources for Ubuntu.
 * ''' Other Languages''' - LocalSupport - Index of the documentation in other languages.
 * '''Installation''' - [:Installation] - Guides to basic and advanced methods of installing Ubuntu, and the supported architectures and hardware.
 * '''Why Ubuntu?''' - [:WhatWindowsUsersWant:What Windows Users Want] has a list of substitutes for common Windows applications and SwitchingToUbuntu outlines what sets Ubuntu apart from other Linux distributions.

=== After you've installed Ubuntu ===

 * '''Multimedia Support''' - For MP3, DVD and other formats, and Java support, see RestrictedFormats.
 * '''Super-user / Root''' - is done using 'sudo'. For further information, see RootSudo.
 * '''Adding/Removing/Updating Programs''' - see SoftwareManagement.
 * '''Glossary''' - See the [ glossary page] for the meaning of words related to computers, Linux and Ubuntu.

== Software - Installing and Running Software ==

 * [:Multimedia] - Multimedia and Graphics related guides.
 * [:InternetAndNetworking:Internet & Networking] - Internet and Networking related guides.
 * [:Accessibility/doc/Guide:Accessibility] - A comprehensive guide to making Ubuntu easier to use for those with special physical or visual challenges.
 * ["Games"] - Contains a list of great games for Ubuntu.
 * [:UbuntuEyeCandy:EyeCandy] - Ubuntu eye candy/artwork index.
 * [:CorporateUbuntu:Business Environment] - Guides on configuring Ubuntu for use in Business Environments.
 * [:Servers] - Guides on configuring various Servers.
 * [:Programming] - Programming related guides.
 * [:OSEmulation:OS Emulation] - Guides on setting up various OS Emulation tools.

== Maintain and Administer your System ==

 * SystemAdministration - Guides on performing System Administration, Configuration & Maintenance tasks within Ubuntu.
 * [:Security] - Guides related to Security tools and best-practices.

== Hardware & Drivers ==

 * [:HardwareSupport:Ubuntu Hardware Support] - Main hardware support page.
 * [:DrivesAndPartitions:Drives and Partitions] - Drive and Partition related guides.
 * [:Peripherals:Keyboard and Mouse] - Keyboard and Mouse related guides.
 * [:LaptopTestingTeam:Laptops] - Laptop hardware guides.
 * [:NetworkDevices:Network, Wireless & Internet Devices] - Network & Internet Device related guides.
 * [:Printers] - Guides on installing and managing Printers.
 * [:Sound] - Guides on installing and managing Sound devices.
 * ThinClients - Guides on setting up and managing Thin Client architectures.
 * [:Video] - Guides on installing and managing Video-related hardware.

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