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    Phoronix: GNOME 3.38 RC2 Released With Last Minute Changes

    GNOME 3.38 is due for release next week while the second and final release candidate is now available as one last chance for testing...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...8-RC2-Released

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    I think you spelled CorporateInterestOS wrong

    To be fair, the latest GNOME was almost usable on my hardware from 2015. Still a slideshow but I just have to be patient, right?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by 145Hz View Post
      I think you spelled CorporateInterestOS wrong

      To be fair, the latest GNOME was almost usable on my hardware from 2015. Still a slideshow but I just have to be patient, right?
      It is no longer a slideshow, come on...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 145Hz View Post
        I think you spelled CorporateInterestOS wrong

        To be fair, the latest GNOME was almost usable on my hardware from 2015. Still a slideshow but I just have to be patient, right?
        Personal experience can vary, but I find GNOME quite usable on my laptop from 2008. (Still keep it around since it's hard to find a 1920x1200 display nowdays)

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        • #5
          what's new in tracker 3? how does it differ from the older version?

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          • #6
            One thing that has annoyed me about Gnome is it seems install all this Avahi stuff and V4L stuff, yet I don't use any of it. I don't mind Gnome shell at all, I just wish there was a more streamlined option. Maybe I am missing something, but the default install brings in way more than I need.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by rewik View Post

              Personal experience can vary, but I find GNOME quite usable on my laptop from 2008. (Still keep it around since it's hard to find a 1920x1200 display nowdays)
              Indeed, I have many complaints about Gnome (and formulate them 😁) but slideshow is not one of them.
              On a 2011 middle range laptop, I can even run it (3.36) with the latest (wonderful but demanding) wobbly windows extension, and it's almost perfectly smooth (and is without wobbly windows or with them on my desktop).

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