@gnome I remember when i changed Windows 8.1 for Ubuntu Unity, and i liked that Unity seemed consistent.
Then while searching, i find a desktop called GNOME, most DE's were modified versions of GNOME software, and the own Unity also was a heavy modified fork (with qt and compiz).
I though it was amazing, i installed it first in OpenSUSE tumbleweed and later in Fedora, and i fell in love with the desktop. It was really consistent, everything just fit in a specific way, that was good design.
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