GNOME 3.26 released with redesigned Control Center

The GNOME Project has announced release of GNOME 3.26, latest stable release of free and open source desktop environment for GNU/Linux and its siblings. This release of GNOME is a result of 6 months of continuous development effort by GNOME team and other community contributors. As a recognition to organizing team of recently held GUADEC, this release will be known by the code name Manchester.

GNOME 3.26 release is coming with various new features and improvements. The most noticeable highlight of GNOME 3.26 is redesigned control center, which provides an easy way to navigate between various configuration options. The network configuration page is also updated to be in symmetry with whole control center.

Redesigned GNOME Control Center (OS : Ubuntu 17.10 Daily)
There is also many improvements in GNOME Builder, a feature rich IDE (Integrated Development Environment) as part of GNOME project. It includes a new editor interface, contextual documentation popups, enhanced search and a new debugger.

Other changes in GNOME 3.26 includes ability to insert and show colorful emojis in chats, documents ..etc, and enhanced system search and folder sharing in Boxes.
The GNOME Project is excited to announce the release of version 3.26, the latest version of GNOME 3. The new version is the result of six months’ hard work by the GNOME community, and comes packed with improvements and new features. Announcing the release, Matthias Clasen of the GNOME Release Team, said “We are happy and proud to announce GNOME 3.26, the latest major release of GNOME, “Manchester”, just a few weeks after we celebrated the 20th birthday of GNOME at GUADEC. As always, the GNOME community did a great job in delivering exciting features, completing translations, and refining the user experience. Thanks!”
For more information on GNOME 3.26 release, see original release announcement and release notes in GNOME website.

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