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  • Introducing GNOME 3.34: “Thessaloniki”

    GNOME 3.34 is the latest version of GNOME 3, and is the result of 6 months’ hard work by the GNOME community. It contains major new features, as well as many smaller improvements and bug fixes. In total, the release incorporates 23929 changes, made by approximately 777 contributors.
    3.34 has been named “Thessaloniki” in recognition of this year’s GUADEC organizing team. GUADEC is GNOME’s primary annual conference and is only possible due to the amazing work of local volunteers. This year’s event was held in Thessaloniki, Greece, and was a big success. Thank you, Team Thessaloniki!

  • GNOME 3.34 Released

    The latest version of GNOME 3 has been released today. Version 3.34 contains six months of work by the GNOME community and includes many improvements, performance improvements and new features.

  • GNOME 3.34 released
    The GNOME Project is proud to announce the release of GNOME 3.34, Θεσσαλονίκη
    (Thessaloniki).
    
    This release brings performance improvements in the shell, Drag-And-Drop in
    the overview, improved mouse and keybord accessibility, previews in the
    background panel, support for systemd user sessions, and more.
    
    Improvements to core GNOME applications include new icons, sandboxed browsing
    in Web, gapless playback in Music, support for bidirectional text in the
    Terminal, more featured applications in Software, and more.
    
    For more information about the changes in GNOME 3.34, you can visit
    the release notes:
    
     https://help.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/3.34/
    
    GNOME 3.34 will be available shortly in many distributions. If you want
    to try it today, you can use the Fedora 31 beta that will be available soon
    or the openSUSE nightly live images which include GNOME 3.34.
    
     https://www.gnome.org/getting-gnome/
     http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/development/31/Workstation/x86_64/iso/
     http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/GNOME:/Medias/images/iso/?P=GNOME_Next*
    
    To try the very latest developments in GNOME, you can also use Fedora
    Silverblue, whose rawhide branch always includes the latest GNOME packages.
    
     https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/compose/rawhide/latest-Fedora-Rawhide/compose/Silverblue/x86_64/iso/
    
    If you are interested in building applications for GNOME 3.34, you can
    use the GNOME 3.34 Flatpak SDK, which is available in the sdk.gnome.org
    repository.
    
    This six-month effort wouldn't have been possible without the whole
    GNOME community, made of contributors and friends from all around the
    world: developers, designers, documentation writers, usability and
    accessibility specialists, translators, maintainers, students, system
    administrators, companies, artists, testers and last, but not least,
    our users.
    
    GNOME would not exist without all of you. Thank you to everyone!
    
    Our next release, GNOME 3.36, is planned for March 2020. Until then,
    enjoy GNOME 3.34!
    
     the GNOME Release Team
    
  • GNOME 3.34 Released With Its Many Performance Improvements & Better Wayland Support

    Red Hat developer Matthias Clasen has just announced the release of GNOME 3.34 as this widely anticipated update to the GNOME 3 desktop environment.

    Making GNOME 3.34 particularly exciting is the plethora of optimizations/fixes in tow with this six-month update. Equally exciting are a ton of improvements and additions around the Wayland support to ensure its performance and feature parity to X11. GNOME 3.34 also brings other improvements line sandboxed browsing with Epiphany, GNOME Music enhancements, GNOME Software improvements, nd a ton of other refinements throughout GNOME Shell, Mutter, and the many GNOME applications.

  • GNOME 3.34 Desktop Environment Officially Released, Here's What's New

    The GNOME Project announced today the release and general availability of the highly anticipated GNOME 3.34 desktop environment for Linux-based operating systems.

    GNOME 3.34 is dubbed "Thessaloniki" after the host city of the GUADEC (GNOME User and Developer European Conference) 2019 event and it's a major release that adds numerous new features and improvements. It's been in development of the past six months and comes as a drop-in replacement for the GNOME 3.32 "Taipei" desktop environment series with many new features.

    "The latest version of GNOME 3 has been released today. Version 3.34 contains six months of work by the GNOME community and includes many improvements, performance improvements and new features," reads today's announcement. "Highlights from this release include visual refreshes for a number of applications, including the desktop itself. The background selection settings also received a redesign, making it easier to select custom backgrounds."

  • GNOME 3.34 Released with “Drastically Improved” Responsiveness

    And it’s here; the new GNOME 3.34 release is now officially available, six months after development first began.

    And the biggest change on offer in GNOME 3.34 isn’t one you can see, but it is one you can feel: speed.

    Now, yes: each new release of this particular desktop environment comes carrying claims of “faster” or “better performance”. And those claims don’t always feel accurate.

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  • GNOME 3.34 is Here. What’s New.

    GNOME 3.34 is the latest iterative release of open-source desktop environment for Linux systems. After 6 months long development cycle, GNOME 3.34 is released and this release brings some long-pending troublemaker feature fixes for this widely used desktop environment.

  • 09/12/2019

    It's open source release day with GNOME 3.34 bringing a host of workflow and usability requirements and Manjaro 18.1 adding a new office suite installer option.

    Plus Mozilla's recent addition of premium Firefox support and a quick look at the Sega Genesis Mini.

GNOME 3.34 released — coming soon in Fedora 31

  • GNOME 3.34 released — coming soon in Fedora 31

    Today the GNOME project announced the release of GNOME 3.34. This latest release of GNOME will be the default desktop environment in Fedora 31 Workstation. The Beta release of Fedora 31 is currently expected in the next week or two, with the Final release scheduled for late October.

    GNOME 3.34 includes a number of new features and improvements. Congratulations and thank you to the whole GNOME community for the work that went into this release! Read on for more details.

GNOME 3.34 Released With New Features & Performance Improvements

  • GNOME 3.34 Released With New Features & Performance Improvements

    The latest version of GNOME dubbed “Thessaloniki” is here. It is an impressive upgrade over GNOME 3.32 considering 6 months of work there.

    With this release, there’s a lot of new features and significant performance improvements. In addition to the new features, the level of customization has also improved.

GNOME 3.34 'Thessaloniki' Linux desktop environment

  • GNOME 3.34 'Thessaloniki' Linux desktop environment is finally here

    There are many Linux desktop environments from which to choose -- some are good, others are bad, but only one can be best -- GNOME. Whether you choose Ubuntu, Fedora, Manjaro, or some other different Linux distribution, GNOME will provide you with a superior user experience. Not only is it ideal for productivity, but GNOME is quite pretty too. And yes, there are plenty of customization options. Not to mention, the excellent stock GNOME apps create a very cohesive experience overall.

    Today, GNOME 3.34 is finally released. Code-named "Thessaloniki," the newest version of the desktop environment is chock full of new features, bug fixes, visual improvements, and updated apps. One of the most apparent changes to users will be the ability to group icons into folders within the application overview -- very cool.

GNOME 3.34 releases with tab pinning, improved background panel

  • GNOME 3.34 releases with tab pinning, improved background panel, custom folders and more!

    Yesterday, GNOME 3.34 was released as the latest version of GNOME, the open-source desktop environment for Unix-like operating systems GNOME 3.34 comes 6 months after the release of GNOME 3.32, with features such as custom folders, tab pinning, improved background panel, Boxes, and much more. This release also offers support for more than 34 languages with at least 80 percent of strings translated.

    [...]

    Music can now watch tracked sources including the Music folder in the Home directory for new or changed files and will now get updated automatically. This release features gapless playback and comes with an updated layout where the album, artist and playlist views have now been updated with a better layout.

GNOME 3.34 released

  • GNOME 3.34 released, gets significant performance boost

    Last Updated: September 13, 2019
    The new GNOME 3.34 is now available for download and comes packed with various improvements, performance enhancements and especially new features.

    Although GNOME is quite popular in the Linux world, it doesn’t hurt to introduce the software to people who have just started with their Linux journey. Well, GNOME is a widely-used desktop environment that is aimed at UNIX-like operating systems. Its catch is that it’s highly user-friendly and carries an elegant look and feel to it. You will find this desktop environment in popular Linux distros such as Ubuntu, Manjaro, and Fedora.

    This version of GNOME took six months in the making, which explains the plethora of changes accompanying this update. So without further ado, let’s get to discussing what the new GNOME 3.34 brings to the table.

GNOME 3.34 Should Be Hitting Clear Linux "Soon-ish"

  • GNOME 3.34 Should Be Hitting Clear Linux "Soon-ish"

    For those anxious to make use of GNOME 3.34 with its many own performance improvements atop Intel's performance-optimized Clear Linux rolling-release distribution, it looks like the wait is still going on for a few more days but is coming "soon-ish" to the platform.

    GNOME 3.34 was released last week and the Intel open-source developers quickly took towards pulling in these GNOME bits. But unfortunately bugs to GNOME and related components have held up pushing out the updated bundles as stable.

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