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GNOME is touch-friendly desktop environment that aims to be simple to use while also offering a full set of features that appeal to advanced users. If it appears to be missing a feature, you can probably find it in the [https://extensions.gnome.org/ GNOME Shell Extensions database].
 
GNOME is touch-friendly desktop environment that aims to be simple to use while also offering a full set of features that appeal to advanced users. If it appears to be missing a feature, you can probably find it in the [https://extensions.gnome.org/ GNOME Shell Extensions database].
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Distributions that come with GNOME:
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* [http://fedoraproject.org/ Fedora]
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* [http://software.opensuse.org/ openSUSE Live GNOME]
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* [http://ubuntugnome.org/download/ Ubuntu GNOME]
  
 
== KDE ==
 
== KDE ==

Revision as of 14:31, 21 September 2013

The Desktop Environment (DE) is what makes up most of the user interface. It may include system panels, docks, window borders, backgrounds, and desktop widgets, among other things. GNU/Linux has a wide variety of DEs avaliable—this page will outline some of the most popular ones.

GNOME

GNOME Shell video overview on YouTube

GNOME is touch-friendly desktop environment that aims to be simple to use while also offering a full set of features that appeal to advanced users. If it appears to be missing a feature, you can probably find it in the GNOME Shell Extensions database.

Distributions that come with GNOME:

KDE

XFCE

LXDE

DWM