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GNOME 3.32
The default Fedora desktop environment for installations with a graphical interface - **GNOME** - has been updated to version 3.32. Notable changes include:
The interface has received a refreshed visual style, including the UI, icons, and the desktop itself
Core GNOME applications have removed the "application menu" and its contents have been moved into a primary menu located in the application window where appropriate
GNOME now supports fractional scaling as an experimental option. Its experimental nature means it must be enabled manually by adding the `scale-monitor-framebuffer` option to the `org.gnome.mutter.experimental-features` gsettings key
Improvements to the foundation data structures of the GNOME desktop provide better framerates
The on-screen keyboard now has an emoji picker
The *Web* browser now has a new automation mode, allowing it to be controlled by link:https://w3c.github.io/webdriver/[**WebDriver**]
There is now an **Applications** panel in **Settings**, showing resources and permissions of various installed applications
Sound settings have been redesigned
**Boxes** will now attempt to enable 3D acceleration for virtual machines if both the host and guest support it
**Software** has received improved handling of apps from multiple sources (e.g. Flatpak and distribution repositories)
For more information about this GNOME release, see the link:https://help.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/3.32/[upstream Release Notes].
Deepin desktop environment
The **Deepin** desktop environment is now available in Fedora 30 repositories.
The Deepin DE is a new environment developed by Deepin Technology Co., Ltd. that aims to be easy to use and elegant. It also comes with a set of applications such as a calendar, image viewer, system monitor and file browser.
To install this environment, use the **Software** tool to locate the package or run `sudo dnf install deepin-desktop` in a terminal, log out when the installation finishes, and select Deepin as your environment on the login screen.
For more information about Deepin, see the link:https://www.deepin.org/en/dde/[official project website]. Those interested in contributing to Deepin in Fedora are encouraged to contact the link:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/DeepinDE[Deepin Special Interest Group].
Pantheon desktop