Ubuntu is a Linux distribution based on Debian that Canonical develops. Canonical, a company founded by Mark Shuttleworth. Canonical makes money from Ubuntu by selling support services and software to businesses.
Ubuntu is primarily available in two versions, desktop, and server. The desktop version is used on personal computers, while the server version is used on servers.
Ubuntu is released every six months, with new features and security updates. Ubuntu is free to download and use, and you can install it on any computer with a DVD drive or USB port.