GNOME can be used as a part of a distribution, which also include many GNOME applications. Here's how you can start using GNOME 3 today.
Some of the most popular distributions ship GNOME 3 as part of their next releases.
Fedora provides GNOME 3 straight out of the box - just install or try it live.
GNOME 3 can be selected in the latest version of openSUSE.
You can install GNOME 3 on Ubuntu. You can also try the official GNOME Ubuntu flavor.
GNOME 3 can also be used through many other distributions, including Arch Linux and Debian. Check out their websites for more details.
GNOME's software is Free Software: all our code is available for download and can be freely modified and redistributed. There are several ways to get our code: