GNOME 1.4 was released on 2 April 2001. It was included in Slackware Linux 8.0.
“Gnome Hints” and the setup wizard for Nautilus are shown.
The Run-dialog can be opened by pressing Alt+F2.
The GNOME help system provides access to HTML help files for all GNOME programs. It also displays man-pages.
The closest thing to an about dialog is “System Information”. It doesn't include a version number though.
GNOME 1.4 now comes with Nautilus, a file manager originally developed by a software company called Eazel.
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GNOME 1.4 doesn't have its own email client.
GnomeCard is the address book. It doesn't seem to have any integration with other applications.
No video player.
GNOME comes with a control panel called “GNOME Control Center” that provides access to all GNOME settings dialogs.
The “Theme selector” makes it possible to switch between a number of preinstalled GTK+ themes, but unlike in KDE 1 there is no easy way to change the colors. Similarly the window manager Sawfish also comes preinstalled with a small number of themes. The file manager Nautilus also comes with its own themes.
Other than the above there are no additional theme settings.
No display settings.
No keyboard layout settings.
Time and date
No time and date settings.
No i18n settings.
No accessibility settings.
No power management settings.
No network settings.
No removable media settings.
No user management.