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Show and hide the network servers icon on the desktop

Network Servers icon on the desktopLike the disks volume, the trash, the home folder and the computer icon also the Network Servers icon can be hidden or shown again if needed by executing a simple command. To hide the network servers icon you can execute the following command inside a terminal window:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.desktop network-icon-visible false

To show the network servers icon you can execute:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.desktop network-icon-visible true

The change is permanent and immediate so doesn’t require any restart.

Show and hide the computer icon on the desktop

Computer icon on the desktopLike the disks volume icons, the trash icon and the home folder icon also the Computer icon can be hidden or shown again if needed by executing a simple command. To hide the computer icon you can execute the following command inside a terminal window:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.desktop computer-icon-visible false

To show the computer icon you can execute:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.desktop computer-icon-visible true

The change is permanent and immediate so doesn’t require any restart.

Show and hide the home folder icon on the desktop

Home icon on the desktopMany users prefer to adopt the desktop behavior like in GNOME 2 or others operating systems so they can still enable the classic desktop as seen on a previous article.

Like the disks volume icons and the trash icon also the home folder icon can be hidden or shown again if needed by executing a simple command. To hide the home folder icon you can execute the following command inside a terminal window:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.desktop home-icon-visible false

To show the home folder icon you can execute:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.desktop home-icon-visible true

The change is permanent and immediate so doesn’t require any restart.

Show and hide the trash icon on the desktop

The trash iconMany users prefer to adopt the desktop behavior like in GNOME 2 or others operating systems so they can still enable the classic desktop as seen on the previous article.

Like the disks volume icons also the trash icon can be hidden or shown again if needed by executing a simple command. To hide the trash icon you can execute the following command inside a terminal window:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.desktop trash-icon-visible false

To show the trash icon again you can execute:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.desktop trash-icon-visible true

The change is permanent and immediate so doesn’t require any restart.