Back in the (g)olden days the GNOME desktop had a basic applications menu that grouped app launcher by categories. Though this wasn’t very blingy it did make finding and opening a specific app a little easier as you could narrow down based on its function. So, for example, web-browsers, messaging clients and torrent apps would be grouped under “Internet”, […]
This Script Organises Your GNOME Application Launcher into Categories, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
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