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Return of the King: GNOME 2 Is Making Its Way Back

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GNOME 2 was banished from the castle grounds, and loyal subjects across the land fell into a deep state of mourning. A dark cloud hung over the land; bitterness and despair became the status quo.

An Announcement Is Made

Just when many desktop Linux users were about to give up hope, however -- not to mention turn to Xfce -- hope bloomed once again with the arrival of MATE, Cinnamon and SolusOS.

Then, just last week, countless users' prayers were answered when it was announced that GNOME 2 was coming back.

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