Dec 27

Configuring Nautilus

Nautilus is the file browser used in Ubuntu Linux, and is a standard part of the Gnome desktop. As a computer programmer, it is probably the most fundamental program in my toolset. It is automatically started when I log in and I use it repeatedly until I log out. It’s how I view, access and modify the elements of my computer world, the files. I want it to display a lot of information in a small area and I want it to be easy to use. More than any other, it is my “home” program. So I want it to be configured just right.

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