Is GNOME Files (Nautilus) down? NO

GNOME Files (Nautilus) status: Up

Last check: about 6 hours ago

GNOME Files (Nautilus) Status Details

GNOME Files (Nautilus)
#File Management #File Manager #FTP Client
This is the unofficial GNOME Files (Nautilus) status page.
GNOME Files (Nautilus)'s website is at wiki.gnome.org .
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