Roxxoring

Totem, BZFlag, Rhythmbox, GNOME Screensaver, and the User Switcher applet. Definitely check out the rest of the GNOME 2.14 screenshots at art.gnome.org, this release is on track to follow it’s predecessors in the ass-kicking department, and though Xgl will definitely rock for Ubuntu’s Dapper, the biggest improvement is the fact that every single GNOME application is noticibly faster in this release thanks to the optimization work this cycle.

Upgrading from GNOME 2.12 was roughly the same “wow, speed” rush as installing more RAM or a faster hard drive.

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