One of the great things about GNOME Shell is that it’s comprehensibly themeable – from the top panel and applet menus to the awesome on-screen keyboard. Below are five are five of my top GNOME Shell […]
Ubuntu 11.10 finally provides the curious users with an easy, safe way to install and try out 'GNOME Shell' - the new desktop interface from GNOME. In this guide we'll show you how to install GNOME-Shell, learn the basic layout of its desktop, as well as learn some super handy tips to make using it that little bit easier...
GNOME Shell users are spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful looking 'Shell' themes - a fact made even more apparent with the updated release of 0rAX0's 'Nord' theme.
Over the last few weeks I have been working on some nifty Zeitgeist extensions for GNOME Shell. I finally managed to finish all of these Zeitgeist extensions, and figured I'd share them with the OMG! Ubuntu! audience. Here's a brief rundown and instructions on how to install.
Hardware review site Phoronix recently took the time to see how much of a performance dent the popular desktop environments 'inflict' on system performance.
Deviantart-ist ~half-left continues to churn out high-quality well designed GNOME-Shell themes at an alarmingly envious rate. And his latest creation - an Ubuntu Ambiance styled skin - shows no signs of his talent taking a break...
The latest version of the GNOME desktop environment has been released - and what a release it is. GNOME 3, aside from looking visually different to GNOME 2 thanks to its new 'Shell' - has had a refit, rethink and re-code of pretty much everything.
Just a quicks heads up to those following the development of GNOME-Shell - Florian MĂĽllner has just announced that the new-look relayout branch - which we cooed over lovingly several weeks back - has landed in the GNOME-Shell Master branch.
Gnome-Shell's UI revamp continues apace. With so many visual changes now landing MrMars decided to drop some screenshots off in the OMG! Inbox! along with a link to his Italian Ubuntu forum post touching on them. The changes are very, very clear to see from the images below so lets have a quick rundown courtesy of MrMars...
A new default GTK and Metacity theme for Gnome 3 landed in the Gnome Shell git a few days back. Called Adwaita it looks very similar to the design mock-ups displayed at GUADEC earlier this year.
Ubuntu user and graphic designer Half Left has put together several different Gnome-Shell themes, including this one based off of Elementary OS. I don’t know about you, but personally I’m a total Gnome-Shell hater. However, […]