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- GNOME Is Removing the Ability to Launch Binary Apps from Nautilus - OMG! Ubuntu! — GNOME developer Carlos Soriano made the commit referenced above. In it, he reasons that without a desktop on which to place app shortcuts and binaries the express need to launch apps using Nautilus is ‘not as useful’ as it once was. After all, the GNOME Shell desktop comes with a full-screen app launcher by default, and a slate of third-party app menu extensions are available. Apps should be launched from an app launcher, and the file manager should manage files Plus, for those who can put up with its slow start-up times — which is being worked on this cycle — the GNOME Software store offers ‘launch’ buttons beside apps you have installed. “It was [once] common for apps to be delivered in a tarball, nowadays that’s out of question,” Soriano says. “Not only that, but we are moving towards a more sandboxed system, and we should use the standard and system wide support for launching apps based on users choices.”
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- Disk2vhd - Windows Sysinternals | Microsoft Docs
- Virtual Host Setup
- Dell WD15 Monitor Dock 4K with 130W Adapter, USB-C, (450-AFGM, 6GFRT): Computers & Accessories