Fedora Magazine ran an article this week which talks about how to add an overview of open applications to the GNOME Shell desktop using an extension available in the Fedora repositories. "The default desktop of Fedora Workstation - GNOME Shell - is known and loved by many users for its minimal, clutter-free user interface. However, one thing that many users want is an always-visible view of open applications. One simple and effective way to get this is with the awesome Dash to Dock GNOME Shell extension. Dash to Dock takes the dock that is visible in the GNOME Shell Overview, and places it on the main desktop. This provides a view of open applications at a glance, and provides a quick way to switch windows using the mouse." Installation instructions and notes on the extension's features can be found in the Fedora Magazine article.
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