GNOME 3.22 Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 21 September 2016 at 12:49 PM EDT. 16 Comments
GNOME --
The highly-anticipated GNOME 3.22 desktop release is now available.

Matthias Clasen announced the official GNOME 3.22.0 release a short time ago. He wrote in part, "This release brings comprehensive Flatpak support. GNOME Software can install and update Flatpaks, GNOME Builder can create them, and the desktop provides portal implementations to enable sandboxed applications. Improvements to core GNOME applications include support for batch renaming in Files, sharing support in GNOME Photos, an updated look for GNOME Software, a redesigned keyboard settings panel, and many more."

For more details and screenshots of GNOME 3.22 changes, see yesterday's GNOME 3.22 feature overview.
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