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GNOME 3.2 Release Candidate Is Here, 'Final' Landing in One Week

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GNOME 3.2 is almost here, the team has made available the release candidate version for testing and the final build is expected to land in a week.

If you can't wait for that long or want to help some of the remaining bugs, if any, you can grab the sources and see what the second update to the third major iteration of the GNOME desktop environment looks like.

The GNOME team is done with major revamps for a while, GNOME 3.2 is all about polish, adding new features and improving existing ones.

"It's the last step, it's the release candidate, it's shining gold, it's 3.1.92, it's out! So, what are you waiting for? Download it! Build it! Test it! Try to break it!," the release announcement read.

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