Is what Ubuntu 10.04 is claiming to be. And to be honest I agree with that claim totally however I think there could have been a little more done in the way of pre-installed video chatting clients like Skype.
Some of the programs which come with Ubuntu 10.04 are :
Gwibber: “Update your microblog and follow your friends’ status”
Empathy IM Client: “Send and receive messages”
There are literally hundreds of other social networking and chatting clients available. For example one of the first programs I installed was Skype which is a client which allows you to call or video call people on there computers/laptops even some phones now for free if they have Skype installed. On top of this for a small fee you can call almost any landline in the world as well as mobiles. Sadly Skype isn’t in the Ubuntu Software Center and would have to be downloaded from the Skype website Skype. It is a .deb file so easy for anyone to install.
Another piece of software I installed was Qwit: “A Gt4 Twitter Client” So far I have found it a delight to use. This is in the Ubuntu Software Center available for download and automatic installation.
As I said there are hundreds of clients around for Blogging, Micro-Blogging, Social Networking, E-Mail and Chatting available for download whether it be from an exterior source or from the Ubuntu Software Center.
Well I hope I showed enough of what’s available and what is being shipped in Ubuntu 10.04.