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So you like Gnome Shell, but you are not sure about what distribution you will find it in? Here is a list of GNU/Linux distributions that include the latest stable version of Gnome Shell.

In the following list, you will find both distributions that include Gnome Shell out of the box, and distributions that are Gnome friendly, thus easy to install GS and use it on them.

Deepin

Linux Deepin (formerly Hiweed GNU/Linux) is an easy-to-use Chinese distribution based on Ubuntu. Its features include pre-configured Chinese applications and tools, such as Chinese input method, the LibreOffice office suite, Chinese-English and English-Chinese dictionaries, and Chinese TrueType fonts. It also delivers a highly customised GNOME 3 desktop and a large number of usability enhancements.

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