Seems like a decent release. The stand-out feature is definitely the tabs in Nautilus. I’m intrigued by Ekiga. I am hopefully only using Gnome temporarily until the KDE folks get their product back in shape. I can’t say I’ve grown to love GNOME in the last six months or so but I’ve grown not to dislike it as much as I once did.
The GNOME Desktop is released every six months and contains many new features, improvements, bug fixes and translations. GNOME 2.24 continues this tradition. To learn more about GNOME and the qualities that distinguish it from other computer desktop environments (such as usability, accessibility, internationalisation and freedom) visit the About GNOME page on our website.
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GNOME 2.24 includes all of the improvements made in GNOME 2.22 and earlier. You can learn more about the changes that happened in GNOME 2.22 from its release notes.
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