Canonical Unveils the Ubuntu Dock, Here's What It Looks Like on Ubuntu 17.10

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Ubuntu contributor and Open Source developer Didier Roche had the pleasure of revealing today the Ubuntu Dock, Canonical’s modification of the Dash to Dock extension for the GNOME desktop environment of the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 operating system.

We gave you a first glimpse of the Ubuntu Dock the other day, and we were wondering if Canonical will place the dock on the left side of the screen or at the bottom. Well, today’s revealing confirms that it’s on the left, similar to the location of the Unity Launcher in current stable Ubuntu Linux releases.

“Today is the day. After upgrading (and all things migrating), our new Ubuntu Dock should be installed by default and activated in your Ubuntu artful session. Note that of course, this is part of the GNOME Shell ubuntu mode and not enabled in the GNOME vanilla session,” … (read more)


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