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Gnome Switches Nautilus Back To Browser Mode

December 25th, 2009 12:12 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “In one of the ( Do the developers actually use their own software?) decisions in the Linux Desktop World , back in 2004 Gnome switched to the ‘Spatial’ view by default with their Nautilus file manager opening a new window with each new folder viewed. Many derided the decision as poor design or as being different for the sake of being different. Well, after five long years the Gnome powers that be have decided to switch back to browser mode.”

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