said by rexbinary:
I see nothing in GNOME 3 that would make it suitable for touchscreen use, just like Mac OS X is not suitable for touchscreen use. Does anyone have any examples? I think the people that make these comments don't own a iOS device or an Android device, or I am just missing something here.
I am a programmer, and I use Unity to great effect. It is very keyboard friendly, and allows me to work much smarter.
If I want to open SQL Developer I hit then 'S' followed by and it loads. A terminal can be brought up with ++t. I put different tasks on different virtual desktops and can quickly execute a command from a drop down menu with + and type in whatever without having to find where in the menu structure it was placed.
Unity is absolutely for desktops and power users.
I've played around in Gnome 3. I keep going back to Unity, which is probably speaks more to which desktop I've invested myself in being comfortable than the merits of one over the other.--
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