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The Best GNOME Shell Extensions For Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

The Best GNOME Shell Extensions For Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
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Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Tutorial: The Best Gnome Shell Extensions For Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

We all know that Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is the latest version of the Ubuntu and it is already available for the download.

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In this post, we are going to show you the various useful GNOME shell extensions for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Sometime its fun and useful to customize Ubuntu GNOME with various extensions.

The Best GNOME Shell Extensions For Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

At first:

How to install Gnome Shell Extensions on Ubuntu 20.04

Run the following command to install Gnome shell extensions on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS:

sudo apt install gnome-shell-extensions

Restart your Ubuntu or re-login and run the Gnome tweaks tool from where you can manage the Gnome shell extensions on Ubuntu 20.04.

List Of Best Gnome Shell Extensions

1. Dash To Dock

A macOS like a dock for the Gnome Shell. Side and bottom placement options are available.

Download Dash To Dock

2. Appfolders Management extensions

Appfolders Management extensions help to arrange your applications in a folder. You can arrange your applications in folders, directly from the applications grid. You can easily create folders and add/remove apps using drag-and-drop, rename/delete them with a right-click.

Download Appfolders Management Extensions

3. TopIcons Plus

It moves legacy tray icons (bottom left of Gnome Shell) to the top panel.

Download TopIcons Plus

4. Caffeine

Caffeine extension disables the screensaver and auto suspend your Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.

Download Caffeine

5. Freon

It shows CPU temperature, disk temperature, video card temperature (NVIDIA/Catalyst/Bumblebee&NVIDIA), voltage and fan RPM (forked from xtranophilist/gnome-shell-extension-sensors).

Download Freon

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