Editor's note: This image gallery accompanies the article: Ubuntu's Unity interface: What to expect. Click through to that story for an in-depth look at Unity and what it means for users.
Here is a typical Ubuntu 10.10 GNOME 2.32 interface.
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And, here is Unity. No, it may not look like GNOME, but underneath Unity’s interface lies the firm foundation of GNOME.
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Unity comes with a very simple-to-use interface to give newcomers access to all their applications.
Next page: Unity applications
At the same time, though it also makes it easier for more experienced users to get access to their programs.
Next page: Unity workspace
Mac users will find Unity’s approach to handling multiple virtual desktops to be familiar looking.
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With Unity, the forefront application will default to taking up almost all of the screen.
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