Desktop News and Articles

A Linux home entertainment server with UPnP and DLNA

KNOW-HOW: In Full Stream

Useful applications and tricks

LINUXUSER: Indispensable

NEWS: News

Rethinking the Office Suite

Off the Beat: Bruce Byfield's Blog


GNOME Gets Formal, Public Usability Testing

Off the Beat: Bruce Byfield's Blog


More thoughts on the GNOME 2 reaction

Off the Beat: Bruce Byfield's Blog


Does GNOME 2 nostalgia harm the future of the free desktop?

Off the Beat: Bruce Byfield's Blog


USB 3.0 Standard to Increase Data Throughput to 10Gbps


Qt Project Releases Qt 5


Discovering the New Gnome

Gnome starts to reinvent itself, cautiously


The last few years have been troubled for the Gnome Project. Once a premier desktop environment for Linux, it has seen its market share diminish amid user dissatisfaction over Gnome 3 and accusations that the project was ignoring users. Yet, over the last six months, something important has been happening: Slowly and quietly, the members of Gnome have started trying to turn the situation around.

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