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One Week With GNOME 3 Classic: Twenty-Eight Days Later

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True to my word, I have spent the last twenty-eight days running GNOME 3 Classic. For the most part, I have been very happy with it. As I said in my last entry in the original series, I originally expected that I would ultimately decide to switch back to KDE when the experiment was over. Twenty days after my final entry, I have decided to stop using GNOME Classic, but not in favor of KDE.

Throughout the last month, I’ve grow accustomed to most of the behaviors in GNOME Classic, but I’ve discovered that there are a few things that I did *not* care for. Your mileage may vary, but here are my thoughts.

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