Nautilus Elementary Simplifies File Browsing [Linux]
Jun 25, 2010, 17:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Nautilus, the default file manager in Gnome-based Linux
operating systems such as Ubuntu and Fedora, isn't exactly pretty
to look at. In fact at times it's downright confusing. Windows
recently overhauled its file browser to simplify things, and Mac's
Finder is constantly being refined, but Nautilus seems pretty much
identical to how it was when I started using Linux in 2006 (I know:
I'm a newb).
"You change Nautilus using plugins, of course; Varun highlighted
various ways to add custom functionality to Nautilus and Damien
told you all about 6 useful extensions to improve Nautilus'