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Cinnamon Linux Interface

Cinnamon Linux Interface 3.4.1

Cinnamon is a fork of GNOME Shell, initially developed by Linux Mint. It attempts to provide a more traditional user environment based on the desktop metaphor, like GNOME 2. Learn what's new on this latest version. Click here if the download does not begin automatically.

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More about Cinnamon Linux Interface

Cinnamon uses Muffin, a fork of the GNOME 3 window manager Mutter, as its window manager from Cinnamon 1.2 onwards.

Workspace OSD

Workspaces are “persistent” in Cinnamon. This means you can create a workspace whenever you want by clicking the “+” button and it will remain there until you decide to delete it. You can log off or even reboot, your workspaces will remain the way you defined them.

In Cinnamon you can give them a name. This allows you to define distinct and memorable environments and to separate and gather your windows according to your activities. When you switch workspaces, the workspace name appears on the screen. So you always know where you are. Read more.

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