Nautilus is the default file manager in GNOME. It has a lot of useful features at the same time is very user friendly. This tip is for those Linux users who are using an alternate window manager or desktop such as Xfce, Openbox, Fluxbox, Blackbox and so on but would like to use Nautilus as their default file manager.
When you run Nautilus, by default, it starts the GNOME desktop. This is problematic for people running alternate desktops or window managers because they lose the menu of their default desktop. To prevent that, run Nautilus with the following parameters :
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