ArcMenu 33 comes with GNOME 3.34 support and many other features

ArcMenu 33 comes with GNOME 3.34 support and many other features

On 5/10, ArcMenu – an extension for GNOME Shell that provides an application menu and panel shortcuts – released its version 33 release. With GNOME Shell 3.34 support, and the addition of several features.

For a large number of users, the use of extensions in GNOME Shell is indispensable. Although not maintained by the project itself, they provide functionality that, for many (like me), is just what GNOME Shell needed to become the ideal graphical environment.

Not sure what, or how to install and manage extensions in GNOME Shell? We have a blog post here to go get all, or at least the vast majority of your doubts.

If you're up to date with the latest GNOME-related news, then you know that in recent versions it has received a very good range of polishes and new features, as well as absurd performance improvements. Keeping pace, developers who keep several extensions have done the same. And the ArcMenu people didn't stay behind. As you can check follow.

So, what's up again?

ArcMenu now offers a selection of several different layouts, including some more Windows Start Menu style, Cinnamon Linux Mint Menu, XFCE Whisker Menu, and more.

Select from several pre-defined themes, or create your own;

Import and export themes;

GNOME 3.34 support;

Option to hide the system shutdown button;

Increase the size of the application icons;

Edit icons and names of application shortcuts;

New ArcMenu logo;

Performance enhancements;

Integration with the extensive DashToPanel, which lets you drag and drop application shortcuts between ArcMenu and the DashToPanel dashboard;

Open files located within folders directly from the search engine.

I have been using GNOME Shell as my default graphical interface for just over a month, and since then I have never used ArcMenu-style menus. I use GNOME Shell in its default layout. However, after reading and seeing the new features of ArcMenu I was very tempted to test. Do you use ArcMenu, or some similar extension? What did you think of the new features? Tell us in the comments.

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