The GNOME Project is proud to announce the release of GNOME 41.
Highlights in this release include improvements to the Software app,
new multitasking settings and enhanced power management. Beyond that,
there is a new Connections application, a refreshed Music application,
performance improvements from the compositor to the toolkit, and much
To learn more about the changes in GNOME 41, you can read the release
GNOME 41 will be available shortly in many distributions. If you want
to try it today, you can look for the imminent Fedora 35 beta or the
openSUSE nightly live images which both include GNOME 41.
We are also providing our own installer images for debugging and testing
features. These images are meant for installation in a vm and require
GNOME Boxes with UEFI support. We suggest getting Boxes from flathub.
If you are interested in building applications for GNOME 41, look for the
GNOME 41 Flatpak SDK, which is available in the www.flathub.org repository.
This six-month effort wouldn’t have been possible without the whole GNOME
community, made of contributors and friends from all around the world:
developers, designers, documentation writers, usability and accessibility
specialists, translators, maintainers, students, system administrators,
companies, artists, testers and last, but not least, our users.
GNOME would not exist without all of you. Thank you to everyone!
Our next release, GNOME 42, is planned for March 2022. Until then,
enjoy GNOME 41.
The GNOME Release Team