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Top 10 New Features in GNOME 3.8

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The latest iteration of the popular GNOME desktop, version 3.8, sees release today – but what are notable changes and improvements should you be looking out for?

Here’s a list of our 10 favourite changes – in no specific order – new to this release.

10: App Launching Made Easier

Opening apps in GNOME Shell has always been easy to do, but tweaks to the Application Overlay in this latest release makes it even quicker still.

When viewing the Application Overlay you’ll now find two tabs at the bottom – ‘Frequent Apps’ and ‘All’.

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