Nautilus' typeahead search was a feature many were sad to see removed. Thankfully a third-party PPA patches the feature back in for Ubuntu users.
Nautilus 40 is winging its way to the Ubuntu 21.10 daily builds. While it’s arrival isn’t the most newsworthy event set to occur this cycle, Nautilus 40 carries a small crop of improvements and features […]
Being able to open a folder in a terminal from Nautilus is handy — but what if you want to use a different terminal app? Use this plucky Nautilus plugin.
I had to take new screenshots for our list of the best GTK themes this weekend and in doing become acutely aware of how much the "Snap" folder bugs me.
The GNOME 3.32 release is here with a stack of new features and improvements in tow. We look at the 11 best features in GNOME 3.32.
With GNOME 3.30 released, we roundup the best new features the GNOME 3.30 upgrade has to offer. The 35th stable release of the free, open-source GNOME desktop environment to date, GNOME 3.30 arrives six months after GNOME 3.28 […]
Barring an unexpected spurt of last-minute development (not to mention a feature freeze exception) it’s looking like Ubuntu 18.10 will ship with an older version of Nautilus. Again. April’s release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS offered […]
Anyone hesitant of upgrading to GNOME 3.28 because of its decision to remove desktop icons need worry no more. A new extension for GNOME Shell brings desktop icons support back to the GNOME desktop. It works almost […]
A number of major improvements are headed to Nautilus, aka Files, aka the file manager at the heart of the GNOME desktop environment. Nautilus 3.30 will feature a redesigned path bar, new toolbar options, and […]
Y’know, maybe GNOME developers are right about needing to remove the desktop feature from Nautilus. Because, as you’ll see in the video below, GNOME Files (aka Nautilus, because I’m never not going to call it Nautilus) […]
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS will use an older version of Nautilus so that users can put icons on the desktop. Upstream GNOME has removed desktop support in Nautilus 3.28.
Developers are removing the option to show icons, folders and files on the GNOME desktop. The feature, part of the Nautilus file manager, is said to be hindering development.