Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 16th Nov 2011 23:38 UTC, submitted by sb56637
SuSE, openSUSE And another popular Linux distribution pushes a new release out the door. This time around, it's openSUSE, as they just released version 12.1. Other than the usual latest and greatest version of all the open source desktops and associated tools, there's a few other interesting tidbits in this release as well.
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by searly on Thu 17th Nov 2011 18:33 UTC in reply to "KDE"
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So basically you are using a post about the new OpenSUSE release to troll about Gnome Shell ... great, well done. Honestly I wish people would stop using this hyperbole whenever Gnome Shell or Unity is talked about - "Unusable" maybe for you (and others) but that does not mean for everybody ... I happen to like Gnome Shell (as do others) and it is very usable for me and will be improving with time. Rough edges or lack of features are to be expected for the first few releases. I also like the Gnome Vision about Gnome OS and the plans for the new Gnome Applications all nicely integrated.

Apart from that there are many other DEs, not just KDE that may cater for your needs (XCFE or LXDE to mention only two) - nothing against KDE of course, but to call it the only possible refuge, such bollocks/Hyperbole again, but I forgot you possible just wanted to Troll.

But hey please feel free to return to Windows (is that supposed to be a threat? Only asking because it seems to be used a lot in discussion around different DEs, "... right that's it I will return to Windows!") - You hate Gnome Shell? Well I am sure you will love Windows 8 :-)

Edited 2011-11-17 18:38 UTC

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