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Using Gnome Shell – Day 5

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I discovered something really neat, Gnome-Shell lets you record .ogg video of your desktop!

Yeah, via SHIFT+CTRL+ALT+R you can record your desktop and share the video for all to see.

Guess what I just did…

Desktop Recordings

I decided to end my fifth day with Gnome-Shell with some video of basic things I have blogged about in the previous days. I am not going to type a lot, save for a short description of what is going on in each video.

So without further ado:




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