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How To Easily Create AppFolders In GNOME Shell Using GNOME AppFolders Manager Or GNOME Software

Jun 16, 2016, 11:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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By default, the GNOME (Shell) overview displays applications in two views: "all", where all the applications are listed in alphabetic order, and "frequent", in which the frequently used applications are displayed. GNOME Shell supports grouping applications in app folders, and there are two such predefined folders, "Utilities" and "Sundry". Some might not know how to create custom app folders, so here are two ways of achieving this.

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