The GNOME Project has released version 3.4 of the GNOME Desktop Environment for Linux and Unix, including a number of additional features, interface improvements and new applications.
New applications included in the release include a document browser and viewer named “Documents”, a new web browser named “Web” (which replaces Epiphany as the standard web browser in GNOME), and a contact manager.
Other additional features in the release include video calling, improved power settings, animated desktops, and the introduction of application menus.
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GNOME, along with KDE and Unity, is one of the most commonly used desktop environments for Unix-based operating systems.