Want to tidy your Linux desktop in a single click? Well, with the nifty panel applet we’re spotlighting today you can do exactly that! Some of us treat the desktop as a sacred space, somewhere to be kept immaculately tidy, and house […]
If you miss the old Places menu that Ubuntu used to shipped with here are 2 indicator applets that bring it back to the Ubuntu desktop.
If you've been longing for the ability to preview an app running on one workspace while you're using another, check out the WindowsSpy indicator applet.
Recent Files Indicator sits in your panel and gives you access to recently used files, saving you the need to navigate or search using Nautilus.
Nimble GNOME-based Budgie desktop environment has gained support for indicator applets. A raft of well-known software, including Dropbox, Skype and Clementine, use indicator applets to provide tray-based access to various features, info and options. A swathe of indicator-only third-party […]
This site seems to have a thing for disk space menu bar apps of late. Joe even misquoted a well-known saying in a recent post, noting that “you wait ages for one disk usage indicator to arrive, and then […]
What’s that well-known saying? Ahh yes, you spend ages waiting for one nifty little partition/drive mounting indicator to turn up …and then two arrive at once! But hey, choice is what’s Linux is all about, right? Indicator Diskman Indicator […]
A new version of udisks-indicator, a drive partition tool for the Ubuntu desktop, is now available to download. it features an improved GUI and new options.
Are there chunks of text you regularly use? ASCII artwork you often send? Long terminal commands you traditionally type out in full?
Want to get quick, at-a-glance details about your connected drives while on Ubuntu? A new indicator applet aims to help. UDisks-Indicator is a small panel-based applet that shows disk usage information about mounted partitions. It’s being […]
Indicator Sound Switcher makes it easy to switch between multiple audio input and output devices on the Ubuntu desktop.
A new version of the 'no frills' weather indicator that I use on my Ubuntu desktop is available to download — and it finally has a PPA.