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  • GNOME Software Now Correctly Shows Ubuntu-Specific App Reviews

    The GNOME Software application has been updated recently as part of the upcoming GNOME 3.20 Release Candidate (3.19.92), bringing several improvements and bug fixes.

    GNOME Software 3.20 RC (Release Candidate) is now available, and it will be distributed later this week as part of the GNOME 3.20 RC desktop environment. As usual, we've managed to get our hands on the internal changelog to share with you some of the improvements and fixes introduced by the developers through patches.

  • GTK+ 3.20 Just Around the Corner, Latest Pre-Release Adds New Wayland Features

    The powerful, open-source, and cross-platform GTK+ 3.20 GUI (Graphical User Interface) toolkit is about to be unveiled in its final production state very soon, and users can now test the 3.19.12 build.

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