Configure Your Gnome 3 Desktop With Gnome Tweak Tool

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http://www.makeuseof.com – As more and more Linux distributions start to adopt GNOME 3 as their new default desktop environment (or not), people will quickly find that it doesn’t take long before you’ve seen everything there is to GNOME Shell. In other words, there aren’t exactly a bazillion different customization options for just about anything, as GNOME 3/Shell is still relatively new. Hopefully in later releases it’ll start expanding the customization options of its feature-set, but for now we have to live with the shortened list.For some people that’s fine, while for others it’s (General)