Ubuntu Unity desktop
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Mon Dec 4 07:32:48 UTC 2017
I have Unity on my desktop computer and find it very easy to use, and I
have gnome on my laptop after updating that to 17.10.
Can't say I'm loving Gnome, I find it clunky and ugly.
I put this down to familiarity, and I'm sure in a few months I'll wonder
what all the fuss was about.
It may sort of look like Unity, however I don't think it mimics it very
well at all.
On 4 Dec 2017 12:22, "Chris Debenham" <chris at adebenham.com> wrote:
There are many articles about this (such as http://www.makeuseof.com/
Basically the newer Ubuntu makes gnome look and act pretty much the same as
Give it a try and you may be pleasantly surprised
-- Please excuse my brevity as this email was sent from my microwave
On 4 Dec. 2017 12:18 pm, "Geoffrey Combes" <gcombes4 at bigpond.com> wrote:
> I have been asked what do I think of Ubuntu's Gnome desktop. I am using
> 16.04 LTS and will continue to do so until it is no longer supported.
> I like the Unity desktop. All my favourite programs are quickly accessed
> from the toolbar at left and others can be found in Dash. Unity gives me
> fast access to programs and I would be disappointed at losing it. Is there
> a choice?
> Please tell me what is going on.
> Geoffrey Combes
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