GNOME 2.0 Desktop Released

Thanks to SYBOLD for the heads up.

The GNOME Foundation today released version 2.0 of the GNOME Desktop and Developer Platform at the Ottawa Linux Symposium. With the inclusion of GNOME 2.0 by leading Linux andUnix vendors later this year, users of GNOME can look forward to an improved user environment for existing GNOME applications, including a faster and more powerful Nautilus file manager, features that are better organized and usability-tested, dozens of useful utilities, applications and even games. Users and administrators will also see a new, simplified configuration system. Developers can look forward to more efficient application development with stronger integration of GNOME APIs and the advantages of GNOME's component-based architecture.

News source: GNOME press release

View: Release notes

Screenshot: GNOME 2.0 screenshots page

Download: GNOME 2.0 Desktop

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