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Ubuntu Install Unity Desktop Environment On Ubuntu 17.10, Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 19.04, Ubuntu 19.10

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Ubuntu has switched again to Gnome Desktop since 17.10 before this Ubuntu uses Unity Desktop. But for those who would like Unity Desktop they can switch back to Unity easily no matter which version of Ubuntu you are using. Miss Gnome Desktop as well? Don't worry you'll also be able to switch to Gnome Desktop from login screen. Follow the following procedure to install Unity on Ubuntu.

To do this open Terminal by Holding CTRL + ALT + T or from Launcher


Now, type the following commands and press enter. It will ask you to authenticate with password -> Enter password for the admin user and press enter, sit back and relax until installation completes, this may take time.

Terminal:
sudo apt update && sudo apt install ubuntu-unity-desktop -y
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Once download is complete, it will begin to install and asks you about configuring between gdm3 and lightdm. Select lightdm then installation will begin. Once, it is complete reboot your system, now you can switch the desktop environment from login.
 
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