GNOME 43 desktop environment is out now with a brand-new Quick Settings feature, more apps ported to GTK4, a new Device Security panel, as well as various other changes and improvements.
GNOME 43 Beta is now available for public testing ahead of the September 21st, 2022, release of the GNOME 43 desktop environment series. Here’s what’s new since last month’s GNOME 43 Alpha release.
GNOME 43 alpha is now available for public testing as the first development milestone towards the final GNOME 43 desktop environment, due for release in late September 2022.
GNOME 43 desktop environment promises support for web apps in GNOME Software and a new device security information panel in GNOME Settings. Also, support for Web Extensions is coming to GNOME Web.
GUADEC 2022 conference will take place between July 20-25 in Guadalajara, Mexico, where the GNOME devs will talk about the new features of the upcoming GNOME 43 desktop environment series.
The upcoming GNOME 43 desktop environment series is slated for release later this year on September 21st, 2022. Here’s the full release schedule and some of the planned features and improvements.