The third update to the third version of Gnome may send numerologists to their calendars, but we’re not that way inclined. Instead, the latest bump to the software adds a new Boxes application, a new notification system and an activities overview. It’s also chucking in improved accessibility support in addition to the usual raft of tweaks and bug fixes you’d expect from an update like this. It’ll be available from your own vendor (or distribution) soon, or you can pick up a live image from the official site straight away.
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