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Gnome 3.12 review – work Ubuntu could have benefited from

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In a nutshell, I think Gnome teams have done an incredible job with 3.12 and created a desktop which is extremely simple, extremely secure and privacy respecting compared to Unity, and doesn’t need any learning curve. If there are free software advocates who want to convert Windows XP users to GNU/Linux, Gnome’s ease of use will certainly help.

What amazes me the most about Free Software and GNU/Linux is that there is always something for everyone. At one hand, you have KDE Software which is extremely polished, and mature – which can be customized to your very needs. It’s more or less like customizing your own Harley Davidson; on the other hand you have something as simple, secure and elegant as Gnome which doesn’t require any work and offers a very easy PC experience.

Since both these heavyweights of the free software world have matured enough you can now sit back and enjoy. I never miss either because I have them both installed on my openSUSE/Arch side by side.

Why to make compromise when you can have the best of both words!

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