Cómo Instalar Ubuntu

Operating Systems

Hello there! Today I want to share with you my personal experience of installing Ubuntu on my computer. Ubuntu is a popular and user-friendly Linux distribution that is perfect for both beginners and advanced users. I found the installation process to be quite straightforward, and I’m excited to guide you through it.

Step 1: Download Ubuntu

The first step is to download the Ubuntu ISO file from the official website. You can find it at https://ubuntu.com/download. Make sure to choose the correct version for your computer, whether it’s 32-bit or 64-bit. Once the download is complete, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Step 2: Create a Bootable USB Drive

In order to install Ubuntu, you’ll need a bootable USB drive. To create one, you’ll need a USB flash drive with at least 4GB of storage space. Connect the USB drive to your computer and use a tool like Rufus (for Windows) or Etcher (for macOS and Linux) to create a bootable USB drive from the downloaded ISO file.

Step 3: Boot from the USB Drive

Now it’s time to boot your computer from the USB drive. Insert the bootable USB drive into your computer and restart it. Depending on your computer’s manufacturer, you may need to press a specific key (such as F12 or Esc) to access the boot menu. Once you’re in the boot menu, choose the option to boot from the USB drive.

Step 4: Install Ubuntu

After booting from the USB drive, you’ll be presented with the Ubuntu installer. Choose your language and click on the “Install Ubuntu” button. You’ll then be guided through a series of steps, such as selecting your keyboard layout and timezone. Make sure to check the box that says “Install third-party software for graphics and Wi-Fi hardware” for a smoother experience.

Next, you’ll need to select the installation type. If you’re new to Ubuntu or want to replace your current operating system, choose the “Erase disk and install Ubuntu” option. This will remove all your existing data, so make sure to back up any important files before proceeding. If you’re more experienced and want more control over the partitioning, you can choose the “Something else” option.

Once you’ve made your selection, click on the “Install Now” button and follow the on-screen instructions to set up your username, password, and other preferences. The installation process may take some time, so grab a cup of coffee and relax.

Step 5: Enjoy Ubuntu!

Once the installation is complete, you’ll be prompted to restart your computer. After the restart, you’ll be greeted with the Ubuntu login screen. Enter your username and password, and voila! You’re now running Ubuntu on your computer.


Installing Ubuntu on my computer was a breeze. The entire process, from downloading the ISO file to booting from the USB drive and finally installing the operating system, was smooth and hassle-free. I found Ubuntu to be a powerful and user-friendly operating system that offers a great alternative to Windows and macOS.

Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced user, I highly recommend giving Ubuntu a try. Its vast community and extensive documentation make it easy to find answers to any questions you may have along the way. Happy exploring!