The appearance of Nautilus, System Settings and several other GNOME 3 applications in Ubuntu 13.10 has been improved in a recent update.
Want to make the GNOME Shell app launcher a little tidier? This post will walk you though the process of adding category folders to the overlay dashboard.
The GNOME team make it easy to install/upgrade to GNOME 3.8 on Ubuntu 13.04.
Today wasn't just release day for Ubuntu. Oh no. It was also release day for the ever-growing family of Ubuntu flavours.
Work on a new music app for the GNOME desktop continues to pick up pace - going from mock-up to music player in less than a month.
Following on from its release last week, GNOME's default web-browser is now available for users of Ubuntu 13.04 to install.
The fourth major update to the GNOME 3.x line has been released, bringing enhanced applications and a focus on privacy.
The latest iteration of the popular GNOME desktop, version 3.8, sees release today - but what are notable changes and improvements should you be looking out for? Here's a list of our 10 favourite changes - in no specific order - new to this release.
The Ubuntu GNOME projects has been officially accepted into the Ubuntu family.
Ubuntu 13.04 sees a refined set of Mouse & Touchpad settings added, along with a interactive 'testing' area for double-checking your buttons, double-click speed and scroll wheel.
Discussion on Ubuntu 13.04's choice of default file manager was one of the headline sessions in the second day of the latest UDS. Integration, design and accessibility issues were all raised during the 50 minute discussion, which centered around what Ubuntu needs to patch or re-add to the 'new' Nautilus for it to remain useful to Ubuntu users.
The new GNOME-flavoured spin of Ubuntu 12.10 has released an early alpha build for testers to try. Aiming to provide as 'pure' a GNOME experience as possible on Ubuntu, the spin uses the latest beta of GNOME 3.6 as its default desktop environment.