Nautilus 3.22 File Manager to Add Batch Renaming Tool, Compressed File Support
The development cycle of the upcoming GNOME 3.22 desktop environment continues at a fast pace, and we can now get our hands on the first Beta pre-release version, which contains many updated core components and applications.
A second Beta milestone of GNOME 3.22 is expected to launch later today, August 31, 2016, or by the end of the week if more bugs need to be fixed, but some of the GNOME apps have already received a Beta 2 release, such as the powerful and widely used Nautilus file manager.
Nautilus 3.22 Beta 2 snapshot is now available for public testing, and believe it or not, this is also the first development milestone released for the upcoming GNOME 3.22 desktop environment. There aren’t so many changes, but they’re pretty important for us, Linux users, who use Nautilus every single day during our computing sessions.