Updating old versions of ubuntu
Release of packages for the 1.00.36 (October) drivers.
The binaries are unchanged, the only actual changes are to the ppd files, so driver2-1.00.35 and driver2-1.00.36 are effectively identical.
There are paid services from Canonical that you might be interested in, but Microsoft isn’t asking for anything.
Corporate systems need monitoring, backups, updates, as well as system and user management.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple way to benchmark all the system components, and therefore, one needs to manually check each component’s performance while using the installed OS.
If you’ve just bought a new/old PC and haven’t installed OS on your computer, you could use Ubuntu Live Disk to thoroughly benchmark PC hardware to check system performance without having to install Windows.
Since Ubuntu open source software repository holds a multitude of system testing and benchmarking tools to test the stability of different system components, one can use it to conduct tests for measuring overall performance of the system and identifying compatibility issues of various installed system components.
To get started, you need a persistent Ubuntu Live Disk that allows installing additional utilities to run heavy benchmark tests.
Installation is pretty easy and it uses a ppa repository. Use the lspci command to find out the model of your graphics card $ lspci -vnn | grep -i VGA -A 12 .0 VGA compatible controller : NVIDIA Corporation GT218 [Ge Force 210] [10de:0a65] (rev a2) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller]) Subsystem: ASUSTe K Computer Inc.