GNOME is a free and open-source desktop environment for Unix-like operating systems. GNOME was originally an acronym for GNU Network Object Model Environment, but the acronym was dropped because it no longer reflected the vision of the GNOME project. GNOME 3 features a completely reimagined user interface designed to stay out of your way, minimize distractions, and help you get things done. Kindly visit the following similar guides. How to disable automatic screen lock on Ubuntu Desktop with the GUI and dconf Editor, How to disable Lock Screen on Windows 10 via Local Group Policy Editor, and how to disable Lock Screen on Windows 10 via Registry Editor, and how to remove your login password from the Sign-in Screen (lock screen) and re-enable Sign-in Screen.
GNOME is available to install through most GNU/Linux distributions. GNOME’s software is Free Software and its code is available for download and can be freely modified and redistributed.
To determine the version of the Gnome you are running, from your desktop, navigate to the upper-right corner of the screen,
– Click the arrow icon to expand the desktop options and then
– Click on the Settings icon.
This will open up the Settings Menu as shown below. Scroll down and click on About as shown in the figure below.
Alternatively, open the Open the Activities overview and type About.
Click on About to open the panel. A window appears showing information about your system, and the GNOME version, etc.
Determine the GNOME version from the Terminal: You can as well determine the version of GNOME you are running from the command-line as shown below.
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