Ubuntu is undoubtedly the most popular linux based Operating System we have. But many people, especially Windows fan boys don’t get along with it. The reason is simple, almost all the Linux based Operating System have a complete different GUI, unlike windows, they have different orientation of file system. If you’ve worked with any Windows Operating System, and if you wish to try out any linux distro let’s say Ubuntu, it is strongly advised that you wipe all your Windows knowledge and try not to link its functionality with Windows.
For any reason if you don’t like its interface and you are not happy with its default apps, fortunately this tool named, Ubuntu Builder can help you with that. It’s a simple to use app. Run it on any linux based OS, give it the Ubuntu ISO file and it will enable you to customize many of Ubuntu’s root feature. You can customize the desktop environments 9like KDE, Gnome, LXDE, and others), you can also add the apps you will like to have on your distro like VLC, keepass, Chromium, Firefox. When you’re done, just build the ISO, and the Ubuntu of your dream is ready to roll.
It is a good practice to add application to the OS, as this will help from having to install all the daily to use apps every time you have to reinstall the OS. Burn that ISO file onto a disc or make a bootable USB pendrive, now every time you will install your OS from that ISO source, the customized Ubuntu will load up. It’s a wonderful app for beginners as well as its PRO users.
Source code of Ubuntu Builder can be found here: click