GNOME Is Finally Getting a Revamped Control Center, Meet the New Wi-Fi Panel

Now that Ubuntu is switching back to the GNOME desktop by default with the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) release, due on October 19, 2017, GNOME gets a lot of attention lately from both the Linux and GNOME communities. And it looks like the revamped Control Center is a hot topic these days. Back in January, we reported on the many improvements that are coming to Control Center’s Network, Online Accounts, Region & Language, and Printers panel, and now Georges Stavracas managed to add the new Wi-Fi panel, which looks beautiful, it better handles multiple Wi-Fi adapters, and it’s a lot easier to use.

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