First Look: GNOME 3.2

The first major revision of GNOME 3 offers tighter integration of online services into the desktop environment. The development team has also introduced many minor enhancements and resolved a number of irritating idiosyncrasies.

The GNOME Project has released GNOME 3.2, the first major revision of the third generation of GNOME which first saw the light of day in April when GNOME 3.0 was released. The new version resolves several idiosyncrasies in GNOME 3.0 which had received criticism from users, and also includes new programs offering better integration between the desktop and cloud services.

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