GNOME 3.30 is the next major release of the acclaimed desktop environment used by numerous GNU/Linux distributions, including the popular Ubuntu, and it promises to bring lots of new features and improvements when it will hit the streets next month on September 5. A beta version is available today for bleeding-edge users brave enough to install it on their computers. As expected, there were numerous core components and apps that have been updated for the GNOME 3.30 beta release (build version 3.29.90), including the GNOME Shell which received support for volume overrides over the 100% limit among several other improvements. The Nautilus file manager also got some cool new features and enhancements.
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