November 14, 2011 Author
GNOME3 was recently shipped with major GNU/Linux desktop releases. GNOME3 is an effort to make GNOME desktop environment to be more elegant and easy to use to compete with KDE and Unity desktop environments. The changes are good but it is always not immediately embraced by users.
Recently, we noticed a spike on mentby.com‘s stream of popular topics regarding users’ frustrations about GNOME3. Even Linus Torvalds is not a fan (yet). Linus is usually used as a metric to measure the desktop’s environment success if he is going to embrace it.
So, the next logical step for these frustrated desktop environment users is to buy a Mac?