Ubuntu GNOME 14.10 Screenshots Tour

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Ubuntu GNOME is an official flavour of Ubuntu, featuring the GNOME desktop environment. Ubuntu GNOME is a mostly pure GNOME desktop experience built from the Ubuntu repositories. Two years ago, Ubuntu GNOME has started as unofficial flavour to Ubuntu – see the release notes of 12.10 – and 6 months after that, Ubuntu GNOME has become an official flavour. So, 13.04, 13.10, 14.04 LTS and today, this is our 5th version and the 4th official one. Let’s find out more about Ubuntu GNOME 14.10

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Features of Ubuntu GNOME 14.10

Most of GNOME 3.12 is now included. See the GNOME release notes for more details. The few missing bits of 3.12 are available in ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3. We do NOT use gnome-software to install applications, instead we use Ubuntu Software Center.

gnome-maps and gnome-weather are now installed by default. gnome-photos, gnome-music and polari are available to install from the Ubuntu archive.

A set of 10 new high-quality wallpapers are included by default.

GNOME Classic session is included. To try it, choose it from the Sessions option on the login screen.

New themes (like numix) are available on the archive.

Applications in Ubuntu GNOME 14.10

GNOME Shell. The GNOME desktop environment from where you can search and start applications, switch between windows, etc.

Nautilus (File Manager). An easy to use file manager for organizing your documents, music, pictures, videos and files in general.

Firefox Web Browser. Browse the web with one of the most popular fast, flexible and secure web browsers.

LibreOffice. Create professional documents, spreadsheets, presentations and even more with the open-source office suite.

gedit (Text Editor). A small and lightweight text editor for the GNOME desktop environment.

Ubuntu Software Center. Lets you browse and install thousands of free and paid applications available for Ubuntu.

Tweak Tool. Change advanced settings – appearance, fonts, keyboard and mouse, windows and workspaces. Install extensions, set power options, select startup applications.

Ubuntu GNOME 14.10 Screenshots

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