Ubuntu GNOME 16.10 Brings Many GNOME 3.22 Apps, Experimental Wayland Session

A lot of things have changed since Ubuntu GNOME 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus), and the Ubuntu GNOME 16.10 release is a worthy upgrade for those who love the GNOME 3 desktop environment, especially because now the distro ships with numerous up-to-date components from both the GNOME 3.20 and GNOME 3.22 application stacks. Just like Ubuntu 16.10 Desktop, Ubuntu GNOME 16.10 uses the Nautilus 3.20 file manager, but you’ll be able to use the recently released GNOME Photos 3.22 app, which supports Google Photos sharing and non-destructive editing, as well as Totem (Videos) 3.22 with support for adjusting the playback speed via the the play menu.