Ubuntu GNOME 16.10 Brings Many GNOME 3.22 Apps, Experimental Wayland Session
As part of today’s Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) release, the Ubuntu GNOME 16.10 operating system hits the streets with numerous new features and improvements.
A lot of things have changed since Ubuntu GNOME 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus), and the Ubuntu GNOME 16.10 release is a worthy upgrade for those who love the GNOME 3 desktop environment, especially because now the distro ships with numerous up-to-date components from both the GNOME 3.20 and GNOME 3.22 application stacks.
“Ubuntu GNOME 16.10 proudly includes GNOME 3.20,” reads the official announcement. “Many apps have been updated to their GNOME 3.22 versions. The core system (GTK+, gnome-shell, gnome-control-center and nautilus) is still at 3.20. Many GNOME apps now have a Keyboard Shortcuts popup available … (read more)