If you don’t know why gnome-shell is better than Ubuntu’s unity. Follow and read this article to find out the best reasons for Gnome shell Vs Ubuntu’s unity.

Gnome Shell Is Better Than Ubuntu’s Unity

There are 3 reasons Gnome shell is better than Ubuntu Unity.

1. Speed

  1. Gnome Shell version 3.2.1 is much faster than Ubuntu’s unity.
  2. Screen activities much faster than Ubuntu’s Unity.
  3. Ubuntu’s Unity is slower than the Gnome shell.

2. Organization and Design

  1. Gnome shell is better organized than Ubuntu’s Unity.
  2. Ubuntu’s unity dashboard is more confusing than the Gnome shell.
  3. Gnome shell dashboard is clean and simple. It is easy to use for beginners.

3. Unity for Ubuntu Only

If you are using Ubuntu. You can easily to move on the Gnome 3 without any problems

3 COMMENTS

  1. 1) The main reason unity 7 appears slower on netbooks is because of its dependence on Compiz; unity 2d would give you a faster graphical appearance. Unity 7 is actually much faster if you are using the HUD/dash effectively and not relying on the mouse. Unity 8, on the other hand, had been blisteringly fast even in the absence of proprietary drivers.

    2) Agree unity design had many people very upset and jumping ship. Aesthetics often boil down to what you are used to, and the beauty (or lack of it) of a desktop environment’s artistic vision is always going to be in the eye of the beholder.

    3) Unity is open source and versions can exist for other distros, Arch for example (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/unity).

    Ultimately the reason for this blog post appears to be that Gnome fans for some reason want to emphasise the strengths of their DE over a dead one. Makes me think that the dead one should be resurrected.

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