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GNOME 3.2 is another matter entirely. It uses a left-hand bar for primary applications and a combination search and display window for tracking down programs you may want to run.
Mint with MATE, of course, uses menus and icons on a single display to enable to start applications.
An application, in this case the Evolution e-mail and groupware program, looks and works the same as ever on the MGSE version of GNOME.