Nautilus PR3

Wednesday January 31st, 2001

Eli Goldberg writes in:
"Nautilus, the file manager for the upcoming GNOME 1.4 desktop on Linux, is now available for download in its third and final preview release.

Nautilus offers a glimpse of the Mozilla embedding we may see in the future: Nautilus users experience remote and local web content through Mozilla. Visit #nautilus on if you have any questions."

#4 Nautilus - looks pretty, but eats a lot.

by flacco

Wednesday January 31st, 2001 11:39 PM

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...not only the Nautilus shell, but the medusa file indexing process takes a lot of time and memory.

I have to say that if they don't optimize it, I won't be using it. I think it would be a mistake to make it the default configuration on the Red Hat distro too.

(I was using one of the hourly builds a day or two before PR3 was released, on a PIII 500 w/256MB.)