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GNOME Plans to Retire Application Menus from the GNOME 3.32 Desktop Environment

With the recent release of the GNOME 3.30 "Almera" desktop environment, which already got its first ... as developer Allan Day announced the deprecation of application menus. ... read more

Linux Mint 13 gets back to desktop basics

Previous editions of Linux Mint used a standard version of the Gnome environment ... plans to advance its user interface even more with the next release of Ubuntu, with a new technology called Head-Up ... read more

GNOME: Seven Possible Recovery Strategies

The project itself suffers from a lack of developers and a loss of morale, and faces new challenges as mobile devices become more common than traditional desktop environments ... And Quietly Retire ... read more

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Fedora, Mint, openSUSE, Ubuntu: Which Linux desktop is for you? - ARN

instead of simply choosing to turn it off from the top-level menu, and you can't easily shrink or re-size windows. Perhaps the most troubling thing about GNOME 3.x is that it really doesn't work or ... read more

Blue Collar Linux: Something Borrowed, Something New

Auringer is a retired ... of the panel is a GNOME-style full-screen display of application icons. With either menu, hover the mouse over an icon to see a brief explanation of what the application does ... read more

GNOME 3.32 "Taipei" Desktop Environment Gets First Point Release, Update Now

Released a month ago on March 13th, GNOME 3.32 brings numerous improvements over previous versions of the open-source desktop environment used by numerous GNU/Linux distributions. Today, the first ... read more

Shell and Zeitgeist: the future of GNOME?

The announcement a few weeks ago of the preliminary plans ... GNOME Shell is now intended as the replacement for the current panel, window manager, and desktop. The project site gives detailed ... read more

Hello Again, Linux

After ten years of faithful service, last year the time finally came to retire my MacBook. Not many laptops last ... Although 2006 was The Year of the Linux Desktop (I saw headlines on Digg ... read more

The Tiny Internet Project, Part I

When it comes to hardware for this project, the goal is not to have you buy anything new, but to use stuff you already own—maybe your recently retired desktop ... a flavor of Linux with a desktop ... read more

antiX Linux Doesn't Fool Around

MX-14 incorporates refinements in upstream elements of Debian Linux, Debian and the Xfce desktop environment. It also incorporates elements of the Whisker Menu, QupZilla Browser ... a number of the ... read more

Linux desktop grows up, eyes corporate users

Novell said the innovative interface can be configured to support desktop environments such as call centers ... aimed at simplifying the process of porting and integrating applications on GNOME and ... read more

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