I started with an ISO file. At first, I made a 'Bootable USB Ubuntu 10.10 Disk' with 'Startup Disk creator' found on System> Administration >Startup Disk Creator at the top panel. I restart my PC inserting the newly created Usb drive on a USB slot of computer. I changed booting option. I set it to boot from USB Disk. Everything looks fine. Nothing special happen in this time. I reached to Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop smoothly. It take really very little time to reach here. I double click on the "Install Ubuntu 10.10" link found on the Desktop by default. Look at this first image below. I select that icon. Waiting to press enter (or make a double click).
- Install alongside other operating systems
- Erase and use the entire disk
- Specify partitions manually (advanced)
Thank you for choosing Ubuntu 10.10. This version brings some exciting changes including a new sound menu, the Shotwell photo manager and features that make it even easier to find and install new software. While Ubuntu is installed, this sideshow will show you around.
Ubuntu Software Center gives you instant access to thousands of free, open-source applications. Browse categories including Education, Games, Graphics and Science. Software is easy to find, easy to install and easy to remove.
Ubuntu is ready for all your gadgets. Just connect your phones or cameras to get started. Shotwell makes it easy to organize your digital photos and share them on Picasa, Facebook or Flicr. For advanced photo editing, you can find more free applications in Ubuntu Software Center.
I run this installation process on the live session. I installed Ubuntu and taking screenshots, connecting internet with mobile broadband and posting this blogpost while I am running on live mode. A great feature of Ubuntu Linux 10.10.