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PRINCIPLES OF OPERATING SYSTEM

SEMESTER FEBRUARY 2019 – JUNE 2019

UBUNTU BUDGIE

Prepared by:

NAME MATRIC ID
AQILAH SAIBAH BINTI ABDUL RAHMAN 2019336655
NUR AMNI BINTI SUHAIMI 2019544913
AL-MALIK ZAKWAN BIN HANAPI 2016636708
MUHAMMAD HAZIQ IRSHAD BIN MOHD
2019725259
RUSLI

Prepared for:

MADAM NOOR LATIFFAH BINTI ADAM


TABLE OF CONTENT

ABOUT 3

COMPARISON BETWEEN UBUNTU BUDGIE AND WINDOWS


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2.0 Memory Management
2.1 Storage Management
2.2 Device Management
2.3 Process Management
2.4 User Interface

CONCLUSION
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REFERENCES
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PEER EVALUATION
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ABOUT

Ubuntu Budgie is a proud official member of the Ubuntu family. They combine the
simplicity and elegance of the Budgie interface to produce a traditional desktop orientated
distro with a modern paradigm. Budgie is a desktop environment focused on having a clean
and yet powerful desktop without unnecessary bloat.

Fully functional out of the box, they include the best available Linux applications that
makes you (our community) productive immediately. Backed by the powerful Debian derived
Ubuntu repositories, customisation is just a 'point & click' away from allowing us to tailor the
desktop to our way of working. Ubuntu Budgie comes with a collection of apps that enables
us to work on everyday tasks and be productive.

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COMPARISON BETWEEN UBUNTU BUDGIE AND WINDOWS 10

.0 MEMORY MANAGEMENT

Ubuntu budgie Windows 10

Command:
cat /proc/meminfo 1. Open task manager
2. Select performance
Stores statistics about memory usage
on the Linux based system. The same Offers a view of the RAM usage by
file is used by free and other utilities to the system and applications.
report the amount of free and used
memory (both physical and swap) on Output:
the system as well as the shared
memory and buffers used by the
kernel.

Output:

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.1 STORAGE MANAGEMENT

Ubuntu budgie Windows 10

Command: df 1. Open task manager


Shows available and used disk space 2. Select performance
on the Linux System.
Shows detailed information,
Output: including the percentage of drive
active time, the average speed
that it takes the hard drive to
respond to a request, and read
and writes speeds.

Output:

Command: du
Shows the disk usage of files, folders,
etc. in the default kilobyte size.

Output:

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.2 DEVICE MANAGEMENT

Ubuntu budgie Windows 10

1. Open control panel


2. Click hardware and sound
3. Click device manager on
devices and printers

Allow users to view and control the


hardware attached to the computer.
Ubuntu Budgie does not have specific When a piece of hardware is not
device drives, if you want additional working, the offending hardware is
drivers you need to install manually. highlighted for the user to deal with.
However, there is a basic device
manager that includes keyboard, Output:
mouse and printers.

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Command: lspci

Utility for displaying information about


PCI buses in the system and devices
connected to them.

Output:

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.3 PROCESS MANAGEMENT

Ubuntu budgie Windows 10

Command: gnome-system-
monitor 1. Open task manager
Or 2. Select processes
1. Open system monitor
2. Select processes Provides several tabs that allow
you to monitor the applications,
Able to view and control the processes and services running on
processes running on your your computer.
system. You can access detailed
memory maps, send signals, and Output:
terminate the processes.

Output:

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.4 USER INTERFACE

Ubuntu budgie Windows 10

Ubuntu Budgie is a GNOME- Windows 10 is designed to adapt


based desktop with a unique its user interface based on the type
layout and user experience. of device being used and available
Ubuntu Budgie pairs it with a input methods. It offers two
minimal, yet modern theme, plus separate user interface modes: a
a curated set of apps, applets user interface optimized for mouse
and other extras. and keyboard, and a "Tablet mode"
designed for touchscreens. Users
can toggle between these two
modes at any time.

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CONCLUSION

On our computer, Ubuntu Budgie 18.04 visibly outperformed the standard Ubuntu
18.04. This, of course, can be credited to the fact that Budgie desktop environment is much
more lighter than GNOME desktop environment and as a result, is faster.

Of all the flavours available, for us at least, Budgie version strikes the sweet spot
between speed and aesthetics.

Since Ubuntu Budgie is still Ubuntu under the hood, an unquestionable stability can
be expected. The repositories have thoroughly tested packages which deliver a high degree
of stability above else.

Ubuntu Budgie 18.04 is ready to be used as our daily driver as it is dependable.


Budgie desktop plus Ubuntu is an incredible combination. It’s kind of like Mint, but different.
Ubuntu Budgie provides a superior computing experience. It’s gorgeous and dependable.

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REFERENCES

https://www.thegeekdiary.com/understanding-proc-meminfo-file-analyzing-memory-
utilization-in-linux/

https://www.linux.com/blog/linux-101-check-disk-space-command

https://www.linux.com/learn/get-hardware-information-linux-lshw-command

https://itsfoss.com/ubuntu-budgie-18-review/

https://ubuntubudgie.org/about

https://sourcedigit.com/20153-how-to-use-task-manager-in-ubuntu/

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PEER EVALUATION

GROUP MEMBER’S NAME RATINGS (1-10)

NUR AMNI BINTI SUHAIMI 10


2019544913

AL-MALIK ZAKWAN BIN HANAPI 8


2016636708

MUHAMMAD HAZIQ IRSHAD BIN MOHD RUSLI 8


2019725259

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