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This is what you would usually have installed on your machine.
A generic upgrade guide can be found here, this guide does not mention specific quirks per release.
If you are using old hardware, you should not stick to obsolete and unsupported releases to keep your system fast; it is much better to install a lighter distro like Lubuntu.
The long time support (LTS) version is recommended for people in an environment (generally commercial/industrial) that do not want things to change and do not require newer/faster/updated versions, but instead want to keep the same version for a longer amount of time.
Refer to their own upgrade notes as mentioned below.
LTS stands for "Long Term Support," meaning the Desktop Edition is supported for three years, and the Server Edition is supported for five years.
If you’re familiar with torrents and have an ISP that doesn’t limit them, you can download the upgrade much more quickly.
You’ll also be sharing your bandwidth with other Ubuntu users and helping to reduce the load on the servers, which is especially beneficial on release days when the server overload causes problems.
i have using ubuntu 10.10 from past 3 months and about a week before upgraded to 11.04.
The upgrade was a successful one and everything was back to normal, was enjoying unity.
Using packages from repositories not controlled by Ubuntu is not recommended as it can be a security risk and may break or complicate your upgrade.