Synapse Tweaking (March ’17 edition)

Today sees the day of GNOME 3.24 release! So this is my final tweaking of GNOME 3.22, a great Desktop Environment, only getting better with each release.

On Synapse now, I have finally removed all software that is not either part of GNOME’s core apps or heavily affiliated with it (like GNOME To-Do). The best feature I got to use is GNOME-Web’s, Web Applications, which make using online services and sites as easy as having a desktop application.

From GNOME’s site :

This is desktop integration

If you use a particular website as if it were an application, make it one! Web allows you to make any website a first-class citizen of your GNOME desktop

The system boots in 6.5″

And the whole OS takes 4.3Gb of space for the root partition :

Finally a “feeling” of the whole desktop experience, and all the installed applications :

HAPPY GNOME RELEASE to everyone!!!