How to Open and Use File Manager in Ubuntu Linux

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The post explains how to use File Manager (Nautilus), a GNOME package in Ubuntu Linux for managing files on your computer and network resources. It provides multiple ways to open File Manager, such as the Folder icon on the Dock or desktop. Once open, various tasks can be performed including document creation, file searching, and…

This post describes the steps to open and use File Manager (Nautilus) in Ubuntu Linux.

The default file manager in Ubuntu Linux is a GNOME package called Nautilus. In Ubuntu, File Manager is commonly used to refer to Nautilus.

File Manager or Nautilus lets you organize and manage files and folders on your computer and network resources. Folders can contain files and even other folders.

In Ubuntu Linux, many things are files, such as documents, spreadsheets, photos, movies, and music. Nautilus lets you manage them all in one intuitive interface.

Some of the below can be done using File Manager:

  • Create documents and folders.
  • Display files and folders.
  • Search for and manage your files.
  • Open network locations

Below we’ll show you how to find and open File Manager in Ubuntu Linux and some ways to use it.

How to open File Manager in Ubuntu Linux

There are several ways to open a new File Manager window. The File Manager button or icon is default added to the Dock in Ubuntu Linux. The folder icon on the Dock is File Manager.

To open File Manager, click on the Folder icon on the Dock, as highlighted above.

File Manager will open up and display the user’s Home content. You can click the “Home” icon on the left to display your default folders in your home directory.

Another way to open File Manager in Ubuntu Linux is via the icon on your desktop.

Ubuntu Linux, by default, will add a Home folder on your desktop after installation. Use the folder to open File Manager.

How to use File Manager in Ubuntu Linux

Now that File Manager is open, you can perform some of these tasks using File Manager.

And many more tasks you can perform in File Manager.

That should do it!

Conclusion:

This post showed you how to open and use File Manager in Ubuntu Linux. If you find any error above or have something to add, please use the comment form below to report.

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