How to try and use Ubuntu online without installing anything


Linux distributions (distros), especially Ubuntu, are as accessible and friendly as other operating systems. Before they were complicated and oriented to developers, but that has changed a lot. If you want to see it with your own eyes, we will teach you how to use Ubuntu online without installing anything, directly in your browser.

Linux was born as an open software initiative even before the trend was to pay for every computer product. However, it maintained that ideal that everything should be free, an ideal that all companies later (halfly) adopted.

Try and use Ubuntu online without installing anything with OnWorks

OnWorks is a web page where you can try and use Ubuntu online without installing anything, it’s done like this:

  • Go into your favorite browser and open OnWorks.
  • Scroll down the page a bit and you will see the Ubuntu box, press the RUN ONLINE button.
  • A blue button will appear that says Start, press that. Wait about 30 seconds.
  • Another blue Enter button appears, select it.
  • Done, open Ubuntu and you can start using it.

Try and use Ubuntu online without installing anything with DistroText

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DistroText is another web page to test different operating systems online, it is used in this way:

  • Go into your favorite browser and open Distrotest.
  • You will see an alphabetical menu, scroll down to U, see all the Ubuntu distros you have available. For this example we will click on Ubuntu.
  • The available versions with the name Ubuntu will be displayed, select the first one with the Start button.
  • Then comes a window where Ubuntu boots, which runs in a pop-up window. In case the pop-up is blocked or not activated, press the Open VNC-Viewer button (to open the Pop-Up).
  • When the Ubuntu run popup opens you will have to select Ubuntu.
  • Then you will have to select the Spanish language and click on the “Try Ubuntu” button.

As you can see, DistroText is a bit more complicated than OnWorks, but with both you can try and use Ubuntu online without installing anything. Now, don’t expect it to go as fast as an operating system installed on your PC, of ​​course it has a delay and it won’t work the same, but it serves to give you an idea of ​​how this distro works.

If you have a PC and want to try and even use Ubuntu, you can install Ubuntu 21.04 in VirtualBox. VirtualBox is a program that creates a virtual space on your PC and allows you to install any operating system without disturbing your PC. It is 100% safe and you can try Ubuntu as if you had it installed on your PC. If you have Windows 10 you can also install Ubuntu easily.

Remember that there are already many games for Ubuntu.

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