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Do You LIKE :) or DISLIKE Gnome-Shell?

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Do You LIKE :) or DISLIKE Gnome-Shell?
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Submitted:  Mar 18 2011
Updated:  Apr 16 2011

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Please VOTE UP if You LIKE :) Gnome-Shell

Please VOTE DOWN if You DISLIKE :( Gnome-Shell

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 gnome3 unusable shit.

 
 by drujebober on: Mar 18 2011
 
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gnome3 unusable shit.


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 Or...

 
 by eezeemen on: Mar 18 2011
 
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Or support EXDE: http://www.exde.org :)


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 Re: Or...

 
 by novomente on: Apr 9 2011
 
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Oh no. EXDE project is down. There is only Empty page with some recommendations to incoming visitors on their site. :(


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 its so true

 
 by nutellajunkie on: Apr 6 2011
 
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i wouldnt use, if it wasnt for gnome ;)


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 eats a lot .. :D

 
 by symbianflo on: Apr 17 2011
 
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I ain't got no problem with the fact that gtk3 eat's up to 2Gb of ram but somebody might have ghghghgh :D


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 I think I love it

 
 by MagnusBerg on: Jun 23 2011
 
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Then I tested Gnome 3 (The Shell) the first time i get real F upset. Hove the H can the developer force the user to learn a brand new way of working with the computer. That's not freedom or respect for the user.
But now I have used The Shell for a couple of days and start to understand it and like it. I have been a XFCE4 fan for years but running a full equipped desktop environment what is stable and faster than the lean XFCE4 is impressive. It use more RAM but I have enough to make The Shell rocks.


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