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hpr2304 :: Using Gnome 3 for the First Time

Shane just switched his desktop environment from XFCE to Gnome 3. Here is his experience, so far.

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Hosted by Shane Shennan on 2017-06-01 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Here are the three Gnome 3 extensions I am enjoying:


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Comment #1 posted on 2017-06-01T20:30:48Z by b-yeezi

xfdashboard

Great show. I currently use Gnome and XFCE on different computers. If you like the dashboard from gnome, you should check out xfdashboard for XFCE. If provides a Gnome-like dashboard experience. You just need to change the keyboard call xfdashboard instead of the normal XFCE launcher.

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