If you currently want to change the default Linux file manager, you can try Nautilus. On this occasion I will share how to install the Nautilus file manager on Linux. The method is quite easy, you just need to follow the steps correctly.
file manager is needed in the operating system, it serves to browse files stored on the computer drive. Actually there are lots of file managers that you can use such as dolphine, nautilus, and others. But in this article I will only discuss nautilus. Sometimes as a linux user feel bored with the default file manager and want to try something else. Therefore trying nautilus is something you can do by installing it on the os.
How to Install Nautilus File Manager on Linux
Before installing nautilus make sure you are using a linux operating system such as ubuntu, kali linux, linux mint, or other linux distros. Make sure you are connected to the internet and have a stable internet so you don’t get disconnected during installation. If so let’s get started!.
Open the Terminal
To execute all linux commands, we need a terminal. All commands to download and install nautilus we do in the terminal. So the first thing you do is open a linux terminal. Then do a system update by typing the following command, and you can try one.
sudo apt-get update or apt-get update
Download and Install Nautilus
After the update is complete, you can then download and install the file manager by typing the following command in the terminal. And if there is a confirmation message for installation, please type y then enter to continue.
sudo apt-get install nautilus or apt-get install nautilus
If you don’t like nautilus as a file manager, you can delete it. To uninstall nautilus it’s also quite easy, open a terminal and type the following commands.
sudo apt-get remove nautilus or apt-get remove nautilus
The Final Word
By changing the linux file manager maybe it can make linux look more beautiful. Alright, that’s it for this tutorial, I hope it’s useful. If there is something you want to ask, you can write it in the comments column. Thank You!.