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GNOME ::GNU Network Object Model Environment

GNOME is a graphical user interface (GUI) & group of computer desktop applications for the Linux operating system users .

It’s planned to build a Linux operating system simple & easy to use for non-programmers & corresponds to the Windows desktop interface & its most common group of applications. In fact, It permits the user to select 1 of several computer desktop appearances.

GNU Network Object Model Environment
GNU Network Object Model Environment

With the user interface , for example- can be made to look like Windows and also it may looks like Apples Mac operating system. GNOME also includes a group of the same type of applications that are found in Microsoft Office.

For example:- a word processor,a database manager, a presentation developer, a Web browser, a spreadsheet program and an email program etc.


GNOME In Details :

It is made out from a long-running volunteer effort under the favorable Foundation of the Free Software, the organization founded by Mr.Richard Stallman.

He and other members of this Free Software Foundation do believe that software source code must be public & open always to change, so that it can continually be updated by others individual or group of user/developers.

GNOME is in part an effort to make Linux the best alternative to Windows so that the desktop operating system market is not take full controlled by a single company. GNU is the Free Software Foundations own operating system & group of applications.

Linux operating system, was developed by Ms.Linus Torvalds who was helped by the contributors, also added a kernel to additional operating system components from GNU.

GNOME comes with an object request broker (ORB) that support the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) so that GNOME developers & programs from different operating system platforms in a network will be able to interoperate.

GNOME also have a popular widget library that programmers can use to develop applications that use the GNOME user interface. Additionally for a desktop version, GNOME also comes as a user interface & group of apps for mobile operating system (ANDROID, iOS and HarmonyOS etc.) as well.


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