I know you're thinking "Joey, you've been here before", but this time it's different. Code has been committed and merged. A fix is finally happening.
Major GNOME Shell design changes are coming, but not everyone is please. GNOME devs share an update on their progress and urge users to 'wait' to try it.
Add fuzzy search to GNOME Shell using this free GNOME extension. It returns fuzzy matching app results in the GNOME Shell applications screen.
New GNOME development adds the long-requested ability to have desktop notifications grouped by application rather than appearing individually.
It looks like GNOME Shell is FINALLY adding drag and drop folder creation to the Applications Overview, with code implementing the feature pending merge.
GNOME 3.26 improves the appearance of GNOME Shell search results, making better use of screen space to show more results on screen.
Search results in the GNOME Shell overview may soon look a little neater. Improvements to the look and layout of the GNOME Shell search list is being worked on as part of this year’s Google […]
This nifty new GNOME Extension makes it super easy to create, edit and manage GNOME Shell app folders direct from the applications overview.
This script automatically organizes the GNOME Application launcher into categories and folders, saving you from needing to create and add app folders yourself.
Want to make GNOME Shell look and feel like Unity, Windows 10 or macOS? This small script can help you do exactly that in just a couple of clicks.
I love GNOME Shell — and no, not just because I’ve little choice now that is Ubuntu’s default desktop! But the more I use GNOME the more I learn that the desktop environment, like every other, has its own share of […]
If you use the main GNOME application launcher (the fullscreen one similar to macOS’s Launchpad) you may have spotted two folders among the app launchers: Sundry and Utilities. These app folders ship by default; you […]