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The best of GNOME 3.8

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Linux
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I’m very happy with how GNOME 3.8 is running on my newly installed Fedora 19 machine:

* Finally, thanks to the new privacy settings, I don’t have to care about the trash anymore. Though that’s arguably a bit less noticeable now that hard drives are 2 terabytes – it’s very hard for me to fill that kind of capacity even if you never empty the trash.

* Everything feels snappier and lighter on the GPU.

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