GNOME 3.18 Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 23 September 2015 at 12:27 PM EDT. 1 Comment
GNOME --
While those drawn up plans for GNOME 4.0 have yet to materialize, GNOME 3.18 was just officially released!

Matthias Clasen sent out the announcement just a short time ago for GNOME 3.18:
This release brings significant improvements to many of our core applications, from better Google Drive integration in Files to a list view in Boxes to firmware updates in Software, and several entirely new applications: Calendar, Characters, Todo.

Improvements to our platform include automatic screen brightness handling and improved typography.
There are the 3.18 release notes as well as our GNOME 3.18 feature overview from yesterday. If you want to try out GNOME 3.18, one of the easiest ways is through the new Fedora 23 Beta Live DVDs.

Now to get excited for GNOME 3.20!
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