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authorBitingBird <bitingbird@riseup.net>2015-04-07 01:55:28 +0200
committerBitingBird <bitingbird@riseup.net>2015-04-07 01:55:28 +0200
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@@ -69,21 +69,21 @@ Why does Tails ship the GNOME Desktop?
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We had users ask for LXDE, XFCE, MATE, KDE... but we're not going to
-change desktop. We are aware of GNOME drawbacks ; mainly, it requires
+change desktop. We are aware of GNOME drawbacks; mainly, it requires
lots of ressources to work properly, but it has many advantages.
-GNOME is well integrated, especially for new Linux users, it's very
+GNOME is well integrated, especially for new Linux users, it is very
well translated, documented, and relatively good regarding
-accessibility features. It's also actively developed, and well
-maintained in [[Debian|faq#debian]], where it's the default desktop.
+accessibility features. It is also actively developed, and well
+maintained in [[Debian|faq#debian]], where that is the default
+desktop.
The Tails developers invested quite some time in acquiring GNOME
knowledge, and switching desktop would require going through that
process again.
Some users don't ask for replacement but for alternative desktops: see
-below
-[[why we limit the software included in Tails|faq#new_software]].
+[[why we limit the amount of software included in Tails|faq#new_software]].
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