I've just installed Ubuntu again after 2 years (forced for internal reasons). I see that Unity Desktop Environment advanced a lot, and it's quite usable now.

However, I've come from Gnome desktop. And, I really miss the beautiful look of native GNOME Files (Nautilus):

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Is there any way to install Files with native GNOME 3 titlebar?

  • An ANSWER IS added – Anwar Aug 27 '16 at 20:32
  1. Install gnome-tweak-tool

    sudo apt install gnome-tweak-tool
  2. Open it

  3. Change the theme to Adwaita, Icon theme to Adwaita and Cursor theme to Adwaita as well.

The default Gnome look will be restored.

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