1. Order free
You fill out a mailing form and Canonical will send them to you in about 6-8 weeks. No hassles, junk mail, no mailing lists, no e-mail, nothing to buy later. You just get the disks for free.
Order them here
2. Download directly from a mirror
This is the fastest way. Depending on your connection it takes a couple of hours.
Download Ubuntu here
If you don't know what or how to use bittorent select option 1 or 2. If you want try to learn more about Bittorent go here.
The torrents to Download Ubuntu can be found at the bottom of this page
Once you have downloaded Ubuntu you need to burn it onto a disc. So either use your favorite burning program or you can use WindowsXP's built in iso burning. You just insert a blank CD/DVD into your drive, right click the .iso file you downloaded and select Send To, send it to your CD/DVD writer (for most people it will be named CD-RW Drive or DVD-RW Drive) and the disc will begin to burn.
These CD/DVDs are live discs. This mean that you can put them into your machine and try using Ubuntu before you install it. Still not sure what a LiveCD is? Look here
Next Up: Installing Ubuntu, I promise. I'm working overtime to get the guide easy and take all the pictures needed.
edited by pHreaksYcle