The popular Linux desktop environment, GNOME is getting a new maintenance update for GNOME 43.
Javier Jardón, developer of GNOME announced the availability of GNOME 43.2 on GNOME Discourse. The new update brings bug fixes and numerous improvements to the Nautilus file manager, Mutter window manager, and GNOME Shell.
Additionally, GNOME 43.2 update has fixed a few bugs including:
- Repeated input in the volume device menu
- Missing name in the quick settings button for wired network
- Track newly installed apps, spacebar stuck in onscreen keyboard, show passwords as onscreen keyboard suggestions, etc.
- Default keyboard layout during initialization
- Switching input source
The GNOME distribution logo is now compatible with dark mode. Mobile phone settings also avoid duplicate entries. Occasional crashes while installing apps have also been fixed with the new update.
Last but not the least, the performance of the Nautilus file manager has been drastically improved, the directory sorting has also been optimized and the search timeout increased.
For comprehensive details about the changes and improvements included in the update, check out the changelog from Javier Jardón.
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