We walked you through a rundown of all the great new features in GNOME 3.22, but words and static screenshots can only tell you so much.
When you next get a couple of minutes spare, I heartily recommend that you watch the official GNOME 3.22 release video, embedded above, which has just gone live on YouTube.
The two minute clip demos some of Nautilus’ key new features, including native file extraction and bulk renaming, and you get to see just how easy it is to add a Flatpak repo to the Software app so that you can browse and install the latest Flatpak apps.
GNOME 3.22 is available to test via an OpenSUSE-based live image. Ubuntu 17.04, due in April of next year, should offer the bulk of the changed demoed above.
What’s your favourite feature of GNOME 3.22?