The GNOME Project has announced last week that the second Beta release of the upcoming GNOME Control Center 3.10 application is available for download and testing.
GNOME Control Center 3.10 Beta 2 displays the automatic timezone switch, a nicer timezone offset, and hides the NTP switch when the service is unavailable for the Date & Time section.
On the Display section, the developers added the current background to the display previews and improved the display number indicators. The Network section received a DNS list for mobile networks, and the connection editor will be marked as changed when toggling the "Only use for resources on its network" checkbox.
Kerberos, IMAP and SMTP protocols received keywords on the Online Accounts section, and the height of the "Add Account" dialog has been increased to accommodate the list of Chat providers.
Moreover, width changes are now avoided when searching via GNOME-Shell, and the Printers section no longer prompts users for credentials on every discovered Samba server, when adding a printer. More details can be found in the official raw changelog.
Download GNOME Control Center 3.10 Beta 2 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a beta version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.