Ubuntu's Unity interface


Here is a typical Ubuntu 10.10 GNOME 2.32 interface.

And, here is Unity. No, it may not look like GNOME, but underneath Unity’s interface lies the firm foundation of GNOME.

Unity comes with a very simple-to-use interface to give newcomers access to all their applications.

At the same time, though it also makes it easier for more experienced users to get access to their programs.

Mac users will find Unity’s approach to handling multiple virtual desktops to be familiar looking.

With Unity, the forefront application will default to taking up almost all of the screen.

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