GNOME Shell 2.91.3 is released, this release brings a new layout for the overview, native power and battery status icons
and drop-down, various optimizations, links in the message tray messages are now click-able, there’s drop shadow support for STIcon, a number of visual and user-interface tweaks, fix memory management related crashes, and miscellaneous bug-fixes.
When it comes to the new layout for GNOME Shell’s overview, the complex dash is replaced with a narrow list of icons, a set of tabs is added at the top of the overview, the desktop background now stays fixed, and there’s enhanced feedback when dragging and dropping favorites. Read the change Log for more details
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GNOME Shell provides core user interface functions for the GNOME 3 desktop, like switching to windows and launching applications.
GNOME Shell takes advantage of the capabilities of modern graphics hardware and introduces innovative user interface concepts to
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