We are pleased to announce the official release of GNOME 41. This release, the second to use our new version numbering scheme, comes after six months of work by the GNOME community and brings an improved Software app, new multitasking settings, enhanced power management features, and many smaller updates. GNOME 41 also includes significant improvements for developers and is available in 38 languages.
GNOME 41 will be available shortly in many distributions.
More information about the changes in GNOME 41 can be found in the release notes.
GNOME 41 would not exist without our community of contributors, supporters, friends, and users. Thank you, everyone! If you’re interested in joining the GNOME community learn more about contributing on our Get Involved page, developing apps for GNOME 41 on our new developer site, or donating and becoming a Friend of GNOME on our Donate page.
Our next release, GNOME 42, is planned for March 2022. Until then, enjoy GNOME 41!
GNOME 41 also comes with a new release video! Thank you to our friends at Freehive for their work on this project.