The GNOME Project, through Owen Taylor, announced a few hours ago, March 26th, the immediate availability for download of the the final and stable release of GNOME Shell 3.4.
GNOME Shell 3.4.0 includes only two fixes, one for taking screenshots without crashes and another one related to some dialog-resizing issues, and updated translations.
However, you should take a look at our previous blog articles to see the entire changelog with all the improvements and fixes implemented in GNOME Shell 3.4.
GNOME Shell is a component of the GNOME 3 desktop environment that provides core user interface functions, such as launching applications and switching windows.
GNOME Shell 3.4 is part of the new GNOME 3.4 desktop upgrade, which should be released tomorrow. Check our website for more news about GNOME 3.4's features.
Download GNOME Shell 3.4 right now from Softpedia.