This section allows you to control the various plugins, actions, scripts and other components that you have installed on your system. You can use this feature to enable or disable any functionality that you want to use or not use with Nemo, without having to go through the trouble of adding or removing packages. You can simply switch on or off any feature by checking or unchecking the corresponding box. To apply the changes, you need to restart Nemo.Some of the plugins, actions and scripts that you can manage here are: image converter, open terminal here, rotate images, set as wallpaper, share folder and more. You can also add your own custom actions and scripts to extend the functionality of Nemo. For example, you can create an action to compress files or folders, or a script to rename multiple files at once.
Nemo is the default file manager for the Cinnamon desktop environment. It is a fork of the GNOME Files application, and it aims to provide a simple and user-friendly way to manage your files and folders. You can use Nemo to browse, copy, move, delete, search and organize your files. You can also access network locations, bookmarks, recent files and trash from Nemo. Nemo supports tabs, dual pane view, sidebar and toolbar customization, thumbnail previews and more.One of the advantages of Nemo is that it is highly customizable. You can change the appearance and behavior of Nemo to suit your preferences and needs. You can choose the icon theme, font size, background color, zoom level and more. You can also enable or disable various options such as showing hidden files, single click to open files, confirm before deleting and more. You can access these settings from the Edit menu or the Preferences dialog.
Another feature of Nemo is that it integrates well with other Cinnamon applications and components. For example, you can use Nemo to manage your desktop icons and wallpaper. You can also use Nemo to access the Cinnamon Control Center, where you can configure various aspects of your system such as display, keyboard, mouse, sound, network and more. You can also use Nemo to launch other Cinnamon applications such as Calculator, Text Editor, Terminal and more.In conclusion, Nemo is a powerful and versatile file manager that offers a lot of features and options to help you manage your files and folders. You can use Nemo to perform various tasks such as browsing, copying, moving, deleting, searching and organizing your files. You can also use Nemo to access network locations, bookmarks, recent files and trash. You can customize Nemo to your liking by changing its appearance and behavior. You can also extend Nemo's functionality by using plugins, actions and scripts. Nemo is also well integrated with the Cinnamon desktop environment and its applications and components.
If you want to try Nemo, you can install it on your system by using the following command in a terminal:
sudo apt install nemo
Alternatively, you can download the latest version of Nemo from its official website:
You can also find more information and documentation about Nemo on its wiki page: