GNOME’s Disks Utility Is Getting Large File Support, Resize and Repair Functions

We already reported at the end of May on many of the new features coming to Disks 3.26, which should hit the streets on September 13, 2017, as part of the GNOME 3.26 release, and now, developer Kai L??ke reveals the fact that he’s working on implementing the ability to resize partitions and their filesystems, as well as to check filesystems and repair them. The developer also plans to improve NTFS support, and FAT file system resize support, and the latest development version of GNOME Disks, version 3.25.4, was released last week as part of the GNOME 3.25.4 desktop to enable large file support, as well as to update the window for power state changes, along with various bug fixes and updated translations.

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