After 6 months of hard work, the GNOME project is proud to present version 43. This latest GNOME release comes with improvements across the board, ran

Introducing GNOME 43, “Guadalajara”

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After 6 months of hard work, the GNOME project is proud to present version 43. This latest GNOME release comes with improvements across the board, ranging from a new quick settings menu, a redesigned Files app, and hardware security integration. GNOME 43 continues the trend of GNOME apps migrating from GTK 3 to GTK 4, and includes many other smaller enhancements.

GNOME 43 comes with a redesigned system status menu, which allows quickly changing commonly used settings. Settings which previously required digging into menus can now be changed with the click of button. The new design also makes it easy to see the status of your settings at a glance.

The new system status menu provides all the same features as the previous design, including the ability to control GNOME’s networking features, such as Bluetooth and USB tethers, and Wi-Fi hotspots.

GTK 4 is the major new version of GNOME’s user interface toolkit, which was released in December 2020. With the new version, apps get faster, smoother graphics, new interface widgets, and a fresh new look.

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