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📢 GNOME 42 to introduce a system-wide Dark Style preference

GNOME team has already started working on the next major release of the popular desktop environment, GNOME 42, and it will come with these features. - Article by 9to6linux (Editor) on
GNOME 42 to introduce a system-wide Dark Style preference
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GNOME 42 to introduce a system-wide Dark Style Preferences

GNOME team has already started working on the next major release of the popular desktop environment, GNOME 42, and it will come with these features.

GNOME 42! Excited about it? Hold your breath for some time! Alexander Mikhaylenko, from the GNOME developers team, recently published a blog post stating GNOME will have a system-wide dark style preference in 42.

While many of you are still waiting for the GNOME 41 release to arrive in the stable release channel of your GNU/Linux distributions, the GNOME dev team has started planning for the next major release called GNOME 42.

According to the GNOME Wiki Page, the dev team to release the first GNOME 42 Alpha build on January 8th. The first GNOME 42 Beta build is scheduled for February 12th, whereas the GNOME 42 RC build is scheduled for March 5th.

The final stable build of GNOME 42 is scheduled for . Just a few months away from now!

MARK the date! GNOME 42 Release Schedule

  • GNOME 42 Alpha – January 8th, 2022
  • GNOME 42 Beta – February 12th, 2022
  • GNOME 42 RC – March 5th, 2022
  • GNOME 42 Final – March 23rd, 2022

GNOME 42 to feature a system-wide dark theme preference, which can be enabled or disabled from the GNOME Shell or Settings page.

Apart from that, the new system-wide dark theme preference will also support day/night schedule, wallpaper synchronization, and more.

Though it is too early stage to talk more about the new features that are coming to GNOME 42, we will try to cover them on this site as and when we get some updates. So, stay tuned to our site to grab the information.