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I want to know where I can find updated information about all the stable and in-development versions of Ubuntu, where I can find this information?

This question is meant to be a canonical question. It expects to answer the following questions:

  • Is X version stable yet?
  • Is X version in beta?
  • Is X version still supported?
  • What versions are still supported?
  • What are the versions in Beta/Alpha?
  • Until where X version will be supported?
  • Have X version ceased support?
  • When will be X version released?
  • Where I can download any release?
  • When will the next LTS version of Ubuntu be released?

The list is not exhaustive.

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Supported Releases

The currently supported releases will always be in the Wiki page of Ubuntu at:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ReleaseTeam#Releases.Current

This includes the current point release, Long Term Support release and regular releases.

Future (in development) Releases

For future (beta/alpha) versions of Ubuntu you may check:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ReleaseTeam#Releases.Future

Older (EOL) Releases

To know the supported dates of older (EOL) releases, you may visit:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ReleaseTeam#Releases.End_of_Life


All releases can be downloaded at http://releases.ubuntu.com, for older releases you may look at http://old-releases.ubuntu.com.

The release schedule of any version will be at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/<codename>/ReleaseSchedule, replacing <codename> with the codename for that release, e.g. for Trusty Tahr:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TrustyTahr/ReleaseSchedule

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Over at Wikipedia they keep this useful graph:

Click for full size.

  • Through the graphic is cool but doesn't answer all the questions that were meant to answer with this canonical post. – Braiam Feb 5 '14 at 22:26
  • It answered the original question, before you changed it. – Luís de Sousa Feb 6 '14 at 7:30
  • Err... you sure askubuntu.com/revisions/382579/1 – Braiam Feb 6 '14 at 11:49
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    @LuísdeSousa graphic updated for the latest versions of Ubuntu – user595510 Oct 29 '16 at 11:25

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