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Mint, however, includes numerous GNOME 3.2 shell extensions that forces the GNOME 3.2 shell to act more like most users would expect. In the case of 'fixing' Shutdown you can use the Shutdown Menu Extension to make GNOME 3.2's shutdown
MATE, as you would expect, uses the old shutdown routine.
Let's take a final look at GNOME 3.2 in Mint. Here's the main GNOME 3.2 display for Windows. Note the two windows on the right side. You can click on either one to bring it into focus.