V. 3 – You Can’t Go GNOME Again

Now that Canonical has adopted Unity for its next Ubuntu release, it seems likely that no desktop environment in history has ever launched to as much scrutiny as the new GNOME 3. Indeed, the GNOME project’s latest contender made its long-awaited debut last week, and the reviews have been coming fast and furious ever since. “The new desktop will likely appeal to users who share GNOME’s philosophy of debris-free computing, but there are parts that seem to have been pared down too aggressively,” wrote Ars Technica’s Ryan Paul, for instance.

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