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  • Introducing GNOME 41

    • This topic has 3 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 1 month ago by anonymous.

    GNOME 41 is the product of 6 months work by the GNOME project. It includes a number of significant improvements and new features, as well as a large collection of smaller enhancements.

    The most notable changes this in release include an improved Software app, new multitasking settings, and enhanced power management features. With these changes, GNOME is smarter, more flexible, and offers a richer and more engaging experience than ever before…

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      Are these the same people responsible for GnuCash, the financial software? I have the GnuCash software for Windows operating systems and like it very much for maintaining my financial records; and it runs just fine on both Windows 7 and the latest versions of Windows 10 (although on Windows 10 it takes an unusually long time to find and load the fonts for the reports).

      • #2391504

        Gnome’s a Linux desktop, looks like a phone interface.

        It would be nice if something beside a pasted a link were provided so readers don’t have to fill in the article that usually goes with a title.  This is often considered bad manners.  Photos with no explanation share the same lazyroom.

      • #2391502

        Are these the same people responsible for GnuCash, the financial software?

        No, the first original authors are different people.

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