5 Ways the Librem 5 Phone Has Impacted Linux Desktops

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The Purism Librem 5 phone has been a long time coming and the device's impact can already be felt on the Linux desktop.

This effect is most noticeable if you use the GNOME desktop environment, found on the default versions of Ubuntu or Fedora. GNOME is also the interface that ships on laptops from Purism, System76, and Dell. Here are five ways you may have been touched by Purism's device.

1. GNOME Apps Are More Adaptive

GNOME 3's designers wanted to create an interface that was usable on touchscreens. The Activities Overview and app windows are meant for fingers as much as mouse cursors. It has always been part of the vision for apps to adjust across various form factors, but there hasn't yet been a small touchscreen device that comes with GNOME.

The Librem 5 runs largely the same version of GNOME that comes on a Purism laptop. To make this work, Purism's team and upstream developers have worked to make various GNOME apps work on a display smaller th
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