Last Updated on June 12, 2023
Impatience is a simple extension which speeds up the GNOME Shell’s animation speed.
26. System monitor
As its name suggests, this extension displays system information.
With this extension, the GNOME shell status bar displays CPU usage, memory usage, and network traffic.
On our Ubuntu systems, we needed to install a few packages and then reboot.
$ $ sudo apt install gir1.2-gtop-2.0 gir1.2-nm-1.0 gir1.2-clutter-1.0 gnome-system-monitor
27. Frippery Panel Favorites
This is a small collection of useful extensions that aims to provide a user experience familiar to GNOME 2 enthusiasts.
It lets you move the clock, place a launcher for each favorite application in the panel, replace the activities button in the panel with an Applications menu, and adds a bottom panel, including a window list and workspace switcher.
28. Removable Drive Menu
Removable Drive Menu is another recommendation from the GNOME Shell extensions.
This extension shows a status menu for rapid unmount and power off of external storage devices (such as pendrives).
GNOME Shell Extensions is a collection of extensions providing additional and optional functionality to GNOME Shell.
Pages in this article:
Page 1 – Dash to Dock, Arc Menu, Section Todo List, OpenWeather
Page 2 – Internet Radio, Window-List, Custom Home Corners, Mpris Indicator Button
Page 3 – Vitals, Screenshot Tool, Net speed Simplified, Clipboard Indicator
Page 4 – Stocks-Extension, Timezone, Desktop Icons NG, GSConnect
Page 5 – Recent Items, you2ber, ddterm, Auto Move Windows
Page 6 – Places Status Indicator, Time ++, Just Perfection, Top Panel Workspace Scroll
Page 7 – Impatience, System monitor, Frippery Panel Favorites, Removable Drive Menu
Page 8 – No overview at start-up, Extension List, Caffeine, BlurMyShell
Page 9 – Burn My Windows, Coverflow Alt-Tab, Material Shell, Colosseum
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