Ubuntu 20.04 survey results: 30% of users asked for the return of Unity
Ubuntu 20.04 survey results have been released. The survey was initiated by Ubuntu in December 2019 and a total of 21,862 people participated. At present, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS has been officially released, and the results of this investigation have played a guiding role in the decision-making process of the relevant engineering team, thus determining some of the content that now appears in Ubuntu 20.04.
GNOME is still controversial. The survey results show that about 30% of users want Unity to return to Ubuntu. On the other hand, about 80% of people want Ubuntu to continue to improve the GNOME desktop environment.
Ubuntu 20.04 comes with the latest GNOME 3.36 version. Among other things, this version also has an improved shell theme, a new lock screen, do not disturb switching functions, and an improved settings panel.
In response to the question “What do you wish Ubuntu would do to make your life easier?” In related answers, Adobe Photoshop (Illustrator, Acrobat, and CreativeCloud) has been mentioned more than a hundred times. Mathworks and Autodesk tools appear more frequently, and Microsoft office applications are mentioned or requested hundreds of times. Some popular application tools such as Lightroom, Steam, and Instagram are also mentioned.