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See What's New In GNOME 3.10 [Video, Screenshots]

GNOME 3.10 has been released today with some important changes such as initial Wayland support, header bars (client side decorations), a new system menu for GNOME Shell which combines the previous system status menus and of course, updated core GNOME apps as well as some new applications.Let’s take a look at what’s new!GNOME 3.10 videoBelow you can watch a video I’ve recorded earlier today with some of the changes in GNOME 3.10:(direct video link; for more videos, subscribe to our YouTube channel)The video is still being processed by YouTube, that’s why there’s no sound yet.GNOME Shell / Settings changesGNOME Shell hasn’t received many changes, but GNOME 3.10 introduces a pretty important change: the old system status menus have been replaced with a new System Menu:The System Menu is more compact and includes brightness and sound sliders, quick access to wireless networks, battery status as well as settings, lock screen and shutdown buttons. The language selector continues to use a separate menu as you can see in the screenshot above.Other changes in the latest GNOME Shell 3.10:improved login and lock screens: better layout, nicer transitions, prettier lock screen notifications, etc.;various improved transitions;pagination in the application picker. App picker paginationGNOME 3.10 lock

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