On 08/09/2012 12:23 PM, rosea.grammostola wrote:
Also the centralized way of managing your PC and the way you can search
for the applications in Gnome3 are *much better* then in traditional
Gnome2 menus imo. The application comes to you, instead that you have to
go to the application which is in one of the plenty different submenus.
Actually, this is one of the reasons why I am planning to install Debian
with Gnome3 interface on my mothers PC. If she installs an application
it will cost here close to 15 min to find it in the Ubuntu Gnome2 menus,
if she will find it at all!
And frequently used applications are nicely displayed on the left
menubar in Gnome3.
Much cleaner and less cluttered then Unity imho.
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