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  1. Atril is a simple multi-page document viewer. Atril is a fork of Evince.

    You should give Mate a try then [1]. It's essentially Gnome 2 but actively maintained.


  2. Inkscape is a free, open source professional vector graphics editor for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

    Gnome is just one part of the story - the VM was always decent looking but the apps and the ecosystem really made it look that way. For example if you look at the controls you got with GTK out of the box in GTK3 era I remember huge paddings, unintuitive UX (the GTK file picker is the worst I've used). Go check out an app like and compare it to...
  3. KDE neon is the intersection of these needs using a stable Ubuntu long-term release as its core, packaging the hottest software fresh from the KDE Community ovens.

    Maybe you might break the 5 yrs gap with KDE Neon? :)

  4. A fast and open replacement for Windows and macOS. Pay what you want or download for free.

    Have a look at elementary OS (, they are much more resembling MacOS.