|FROM ||Ruben I Safir
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] newbie help?
In fact, it was less stable with gmc.
Nautilus in many ways IS gnome at this point.
On 2002.07.01 15:59 Michael Levy wrote:
> Would GNOME run more quickly if Nautilus wasn't in charge? And if
> so, what alternative file managers are there for GNOME? I remember
> reading about a predecessor of Nautilus, but I don't remember it by
> --- Jeremy Hise wrote:
> > So, if I were you, I would just start up Nautilus, if you have it,
> > select Edit Preferences under the preferences menu. Select the
> > Windows &
> > Desktop section and check the "Use Nautilus to draw the desktop.".
> > Hope this helps!
> > Jeremy
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