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Why Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Will Use an Older Version of Nautilus

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS won’t ship with the latest version of the Nautilus file manager as initially expected. ‘The most practical option for Ubuntu is to stick with Nautilus 3.26 for the LTS’ Ubuntu devs have decided to release Ubuntu 18.04 LTS with Nautilus 3.26 installed so that users are able to put icons on the desktop. GNOME removed the option to put icons on the desktop earlier this month. The next release of the file manager, the app which has hitherto handled the job of drawing and managing the ‘desktop’ space, will no longer support this feature. Ubuntu dev Didier



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