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Old 09-08-2006, 01:03 AM   #1
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LXer: GNOME 2.16 arrives


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The GNOME project released version 2.16 of its popular Linux desktop on Sept. 6. In many ways, this is just a minor release. In others, however, it's a significant step forward for the Linux desktop. The first change old GNOME hands will notice is that, most, but not all of the default icon theme has been changed. It's now based on Tango. The Tango Desktop Project is an effort to create a consistent graphical user interface across all Linux desktops.

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