First Look at Some of the GTK4 Apps in GNOME 42

Posted by hanuca on Jan 14, 2022 10:57 AM EST
9to5Linux; By Marius Nestor
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You’re probably wondering by now how GTK4 apps will look like in the upcoming GNOME 42 desktop environment, so in this article I want to show you a few examples that already landed during the alpha version.

For this first look, I want to focus on three important apps, namely the Nautilus (Files) file manager, GNOME Text Editor (a.k.a. the Gedit replacement), and the GNOME Software graphical package manager.

Nautilus 42, which is probably the most important app in the GNOME desktop environment, is shaping up to be one of the best file managers on the Linux desktop. The GTK4 look and feel is very modern, and, if you’re coming from GTK3, you’ll immediately notice the differences.

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