GNOME 3.4: Are We There Yet?

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Apr 3, 2012 8:43 AM EDT
Linux.com; By Joe Brockmeier
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The GNOME Project has dropped another update to the GNOME 3 platform, just a year after the first release of GNOME 3. The second update of GNOME 3 offers a few new features, applications, and improvements that might make it worth a second look for GNOME traditionalists. To test GNOME 3.4 as it approached its final release, I installed the Fedora 17 alpha. As usual, if you really want to ride the leading edge of software development, Fedora is a good place to start. (Which is not to say other distros aren't good for leading edge software, by the way.) I also checked out the GNOME 3.4 live CD provided by the GNOME folks.

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