Work is underway on a new way to integrate cloud storage providers with Nautilus, delivering a more consistent and uniform experience.
Here are 3 neat new features coming to Nautilus, the GNOME file manager app, all of which are designed to help make finding and managing files faster.
A simple Nautilus script that makes it super easy to reduce jpg quality, resize images, and convert png files to jpg on Ubuntu and other Linux distros.
I came across a neat new extensions that provides Nautilus Git integration. Now before you get too excited let me mention that this extension is not a GUI Git client. It’s a little simpler than that, but […]
Hurrah! GNOME 3.24 is now available to download. The latest stable release of the open-source GNOME desktop, GNOME 3.24 brings a number of new features and improvements to the proverbial table, including one that might even help you […]
We show you how to enable client-side decorations in Nautilus on Ubuntu, and you don't need to switch to a different desktop environment to do it!
There are plenty of new and improved features to enjoy in Nautilus 3.22, which is on course to ship as part of GNOME 3.22 late next month.
Want to access your Google Drive files natively on the Ubuntu desktop? You can, and here's how.
Nautilus 3.20, and a host of GNOME 3.20 apps, will ship by default in Ubuntu 16.10 'Yakkety Yak', with new versions already available for testing.
Nautilus, the GNOME file manager, is to improve support for extracting zips, tars and other compressed archives.
Nautilus is a powerful file manager, and by using its built-in shell scripting feature you can really level it up further.
Nautilus is to add batch renaming in GNOME 3.22. The feature lets you rename multiple files at the same time, something the current version doesn't support.