GNOME 3.22 Control Center App Getting a Material Re-design

After the successful release of GNOME 3.20 which was well received and hugely praised for its innovative capabilities as well as the introduction of a long list of changes.
The branch of the GNOME project responsible for the GNOME desktop environment has been extensively working on its next release of the acclaimed DE which will be version 3.22.
Project member Basile Stavracas Neto has been filling in the media with updates as to what to expect from the upcoming release, most notably the GNOME control centre app for the GNOME stack.

The control centre app will be on the receiving end of some material redesign as the developers continue to add a new look and feel to the software.
Additionally, there now symbolic icons used instead of the standard GNOME icons for the list of categories of settings.

Furthermore, the panels are now grouped which was suggested by another GNOME developer named Allan Day and from the why things are, the old GUI (Graphical user interface) is still functional but if things go according to plan, it should be replaced soon with a brand new UI.

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In his latest blog post, Georges Basile Stavracas Netohas stated that “This work is yet to be reviewed and will land on the master when it’s ready. All the action is happening at Bugzilla right now”

With the developers are  tirelessly working hard in bringing top of the line features to its but in the meantime, you can take a look at the coming changes coming to the platform.

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