When we install any CentOS version, we have the option to install GUI along with the operating system as well. But many times, we might not install the GUI as we do not have a need for the GUI, and installing those packages results in an increase in CentOS installation size.
But what do we do if need to GUI for CentOS afterward? Do we need to reinstall CentOS ? Or can we just install some packages for GUI? The answer to that is, yes we can install GNOME (GUI) on CentOS. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install Gnome of CentOS 7 installations. GNOME provides a nice GUI for us to manage our servers graphically.