LinuxPower: A First Look at GNOME 1.0Apr 20, 1999, 09:09 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Upon reading that, I was given new hope. I came home, booted Linux, deleted all my old (beta) GNOME and Enlightenment directories. I was too excited to worry about gtk, glib, and all that. The result?"
"It does sum up GNOME. Not only did almost every trace of instability go away, but the look and feel of the whole system got better, the performance got better, and all-in-all, I was a much happier Linuxite. Although the apps are snappy, I have to keep in mind I'm running a Celeron 333 with 128MB RAM."
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