GNOME 3.14 Officially Released

Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 24 September 2014 at 01:16 PM EDT. 32 Comments
GNOME 3.14 has been officially released today as the latest major advancement to the GNOME Shell driven desktop environment.

GNOME 3.14 features significant Wayland improvements, GNOME Software support on Arch, HiDPI improvements, a new default GTK+ theme, gestures support, other GTK+ improvements, and a whole lot of other improvements throughout the GNOME stack.

Matthias Clasen of Red Hat wrote the 3.14 announcement, "This is another exciting release for GNOME, and brings many new features and improvements, including multitouch, captive portal support, greatly improved sharing settings. This release also includes improved and redesigned applications for weather, maps, PDF viewing, running VMs, and more. The Wayland support has matured to the point where it is ready for day-to-day use."

There's also the 3.14 release notes for more information and a GNOME 3.14 ISO for those wanting to try the new desktop in a live environment without touching your current desktop. Embedded below is also a video on GNOME 3.14.

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