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Hi there, check this out GNOME is the default which uses Wayland. GNOME Classic is a traditional desktop layout with a similar interface to GNOME 2, using pre-activated extensions and parameters. Hence it is more a customized GNOME Shell than a truly distinct mode. GNOME on Xorg runs GNOME Shell using Xorg.

Hi there, check this out GNOME is the default which uses Wayland. GNOME Classic is a traditional desktop layout with a similar interface to GNOME 2, GNOME, using pre-activated extensions and parameters. Hence it is more a customized GNOME Shell than a truly distinct mode. GNOME on Xorg runs GNOME Shell using Xorg.