If hiding the top bar and side panel isn8217t enough and you want everything removed from your Ubuntu desktop then you8217d probably also like to get rid of those pesky icons on its surface. Read on to learn how you can hide desktop icons in Ubuntu.
The latest versions of Ubuntu include by default an 8220Extensions8221 app allowing you to modify and expand how your desktop works. You can find it among your existing apps.
If it is not installed for some reason open the terminal and type.
Run the app after it8217s installed.
Support for hiding all desktop icons is already8230 Read more.
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