Another question today; I have gnome-shell installed on both my laptop and my desktop, but on my desktop it acts entirely different then if it is on my laptop.
I know that sounds weird, so here is a description:
On my laptop, Gnome-Shell is used through a menu (accessed using the windows button on my keyboard, or an on-screen button) which lists all my open applications and workspaces. I prefer this version greatly.
On my desktop, though, Gnome-Shell acts nothing like this. Instead, the top of the screen lists applications and places. Through applications I can access, obviously, the different applications, and through places I access the home folder and the like.
These two enviroments are entirely different, yet both go under the moniker "Gnome-Shell". How is this, and how do I convert my desktop to the laptop format of gnome-shell?