Will Windows 8 resemble Gnome 3?
I don't have any Windows computers and I don't use Gnome 3. However, I read a short preview of Windows 8 and it reminded me of my attempts to use Gnome 3.
Gnome-paint is an easy use drawing tool designed for Ubuntu Gnome desktop environment.It is looks very like MS-paint in Windows system,so you may want to try this program in Ubuntu if you used to be a Windows user or you have a Windows dual boot system.
See the screenshot:
Gnome Paint can be download from its project page.Download appropriate deb package,double click on the deb to install or use
I am new to Linux, and I have tested many Linux distros. However, I have yet to find a distro using Gnome that looks pleasing to the eye. They all look like they were more 1990s and like Windows 95 or 98.
By contrast, KDE makes Windows Aero look like crud. I hate to say this, but I think I have become a KDE Konvert. KDE 4.4 is pretty stable, (even compared with Windows 7).
I mostly like gnome-shell, and much prefer it to Unity at this point. (In reality, both are greatly lacking in polish.) However, when using fullscreen applications, I notice that the hot corners do not go away.
This is most notable in VirtualBox which I need to run to access windows programs for my job.
I'm using Fedora 11 Gnome, and I have installed Amarok, a KDE app.
Amarok windows appears in an old fasion, such as "Windows 95" appearence.
Is there a way to make KDE apps appear as same as the Gnome apps ?
Here is a screenshot of the situation.
Left is RythemBox (Gnome) and right is Amarok (KDE).
The GNOME Shell redefines user interactions with the GNOME desktop. In particular, it offers new paradigms for launching applications, accessing documents, and organizing open windows in GNOME. Later, it will introduce a new applets eco-system and offer new solutions for other desktop features, such as notifications and contacts management.
Hello guys. I'm a GNOME fanatic but I must admit that GNOME 3 has concerned me. At first I didn't like it at all. Then I got used to it a little and after that I reminded myself that even with GNOME 2 I certainly did NOT used any of the default theme/features etc. So I need to give some time to GNOME 3 for the devs to make mods, themes etc. Right now 3 things concern me:1.