Nautilus 3.24 to Bring Desktop Support for Wayland Sessions, Easy Root Browsing

GNOME developer Carlos Soriano is sharing with us today the upcoming features of Nautilus 3.24, as well all the improvements and bug fixes that landed so far, and what didn’t make it in the release, which will be available for all users as part of the GNOME 3.24 Stack. Besides the new keyboard we’ve told you about when Nautilus 3.24 Beta was released, the number one feature of Nautilus 3.24 appears to be easier access to files and folders that belong to the root user. Many of you already know that to access these type of items you have to start Nautilus from the command-line with the sudo command, as root (system administrator).