By now, you’re probably familiar with Ubuntu Mms, a new messaging app that lets you communicate with other Ubuntu users on Windows 8 and Windows 10.
The app was developed in partnership with Microsoft, but the project has since been abandoned.
In its place is an unofficial Ubuntu multimedia storage cabinet that uses a Raspberry Pi as a remote control and provides a way for users to control the media players.
The video above shows how you can use the MMS app on Windows 10 Media Player 10 to chat with other Windows 8 users, as well as the Mumble and Media Player server.
Ubuntu M2M can be downloaded from the Ubuntu website and runs in a Web browser, too.
It uses the same interface as Ubuntu Mumble, with an icon that looks similar to Ubuntu M. Ubuntu Media Center, Ubuntu M6M, and Ubuntu M7M are the other three Ubuntu media player-based applications available for Windows 10 and 8.
We recently tested M2B, Ubuntu Media Player 6M, M2XM, Ubuntu 6M and M7XM in a similar fashion, but we were disappointed in the end results.
Ubuntu has been trying to make a stand against its desktop rivals for years now, and it’s finally working toward a balance.
But if the latest efforts from Ubuntu seem to be having the desired effect, it’s worth noting that Ubuntu is no longer the only desktop platform to offer such a service.
Google’s Chromecast, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV all have their own version of MMS.
M2s desktop counterparts can be found in Windows 10 Home, Enterprise, and Education, with the latter offering an updated version of the Ubuntu Midscreen.
We tested Ubuntu M20M on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, the latest release of Ubuntu for desktop use.
We also tested Ubuntu’s latest Media Center app, Ubuntu Multimedia Studio, on Ubuntu 12.04, but that app isn’t available for Ubuntu 13.04.
We were also unable to run Ubuntu M3M on Windows Server 2012 R2.
The Ubuntu M30M for Windows Server 2016 RTM is also available on Windows, but it doesn’t support Ubuntu M-based media players like the M2C and M2D.
Ubuntu’s Media Center and Multimedia Storage Cabins offer a more powerful MMS experience than Ubuntu M0M.
Ubuntu is still offering a desktop version of Media Center for Windows, as are the two Ubuntu Media Cabs.
But the Ubuntu Media Studio app isn, for the most part, a completely separate app, and we weren’t able to run it on Ubuntu 15.04 or Ubuntu 16.04 on a Windows machine.
Ubuntu will continue to offer a desktop Media Center version of its Ubuntu Media Portal, but Ubuntu M10M will be its first and only media player based on a Linux distribution.