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Nautilus (Files) Feature Plans Revealed

Recently, Carlos Soriano, one of the Nautilus developers, has announced that the work for Nautilus 3.18 has been started and a modern UI is on its way, among others. Also, a New Folder dialog has been added, an improved Search

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Files (Nautilus) 3.12.2 Comes With Fixes. How To Install It On Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Nautilus (recently renamed to Files) is the default file manager of both Unity and GNOME. Nautilus/Files 3.12.2 has been recently released by the GNOME developers, coming with the below changes: Don’t resolve symlinks

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How To Change Your Folder Icon Colors On Ubuntu And Linux Mint Using Nautilus/Nemo, Via Folder Color 0.9

Hello Linux Geeksters. Folder Color is a nice app that enables the users to easily color their folder icons, created for Nautilus (but with some tweaks, it also works with Nemo). The latest version available is Folder Color 0.0.9. In

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Color Your Folder Icons On Ubuntu And Linux Mint That Use Either Nautilus Or Nemo, Via Folder Color 0.0.8

Hello Linux Geeksters. Folder Color is a nice app that enables the users to easily color their folder icons, created for Nautilus (but with some tweaks, it also works with Nemo). The latest version available is Folder Color 0.0.8. In

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Most Likely, Ubuntu 14.10 Will Get Nautilus Replaced With A New File Manager, Developed By Canonical

Hello Linux Geeksters. Despite the fact that Ubuntu uses many Gnome applications, Canonical is thinking of creating a file manager of their own to replace Nautilus, due to the fact that they are not happy with Nautilus’ features. Also worth

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Ubuntu 14.04 GNOME Is Now Using Nautilus 3.10.1 As The Default File Manager

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Canonical has announced a while ago that GNOME 3.10 will be used as default on Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr, GNOME edition. Canonical has set as the default file manager of the GNOME edition

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How To Install Nautilus Image Tools 0.0.2 On Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander, Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail, Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal And Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin

Hello Linux Geeksters. Nautilus is the default file manager for the Gnome desktop environment. Its features are highly extendable, via some third party plugins. Nautilus Image Tools is a plugin created by the Atareao developers, enabling the users to convert

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How To Install Nautilus Image Tools 0.0.1 On Ubuntu 13.10/13.04/12.10/12.04

Hello Linux Geeksters. Nautilus is the default file manager for the Gnome desktop environment. Its features are highly extendable, via some third party plugins. Nautilus Image Tools is a plugin created by the Atareao developers, enabling the users to convert

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How To Install Nautilus Document Converter And Nautilus PDFTools On Ubuntu 13.10/13.04/12.10/12.04

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Nautilus Document Converter is a tool for converting LibreOffice/OpenOffice document files to other formats, via Nautilus. Among others, it has support for the following input/output formats: ODF, MS Word, MS Office Open /

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How To Install And Test Nautilus 3.10 Beta 2 (Nautilus 3.9.91) On Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander

As you may know, Nautilus is the default file manager for the Gnome desktop envinroment. Being part of the Gnome 3.10 desktop, Nautilus has also been updated to Nautilus 3.10 Beta 2. Among other improvements, it comes with a GtkRevealer

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