Tag Archives: Nautilus Hacks

How to Enable Single-Click File Opening in Nautilus File Manager in Linux

GNOME and a few other desktop environments use the Nautilus file manager which can be further tweaked as per your liking and needs. Recently, I showed you how to open Nautilus as root. In this quick post, I’ll show you how to enable single click for file opening in Nautilus. What is single click file opening? Normally, if… Read More »

Resize Images with Right Click on Ubuntu and Other Linux Distributions [Quick Tip]

Brief: A Quick tip that shows how to resize images with right click menu in Linux quickly. The trick should work on any Linux distribution that uses Nautilus file manager. How do you resize an image on Linux? Do you use GIMP or Shutter? Or perhaps you use ImageMagick in the terminal. As I often need to resize the… Read More »