Meet 'Consort,' a brand-new classic Linux desktop

The SolusOS project team has forked GNOME Classic and is bringing back numerous key GNOME 2 features.

By Katherine Noyes, PC World |  Operating Systems, GNOME 3, Linux

Meanwhile, by using modern components, Consort will maintain total compatibility with the current GNOME suite.

SolusOS 2 Alpha 7 will be the first to feature Consort--the software is currently in its sixth alpha version--but users of other distros with GTK3 will be able to install it as well, Doherty said.


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