SCREENSHOT 11) The Gnome file manager.
SCREENSHOT 12) The Gnome file manager.
SCREENSHOT 13) Files 42.0 with files preview of C/C++, doc, xls, json, images, html, zip and more.
SCREENSHOT 14) Contex menu of image file – JPG.
SCREENSHOT 15) The Basic view of the file properties.
It includes the name, type, size, parent folder, the date and time – accessed, modified, created.
SCREENSHOT 16) The permissions file tab with SELinux context.
The dropdown boxes show what could be changed by the user permissions.
SCREENSHOT 17) The “Open With” tab – the application, which is set to open the file with this extension.
First, the default application, which is Image Viewer, and then other applications, which may be used to open this file. There is a “Set as default” if the user want to change the default application for this file extension.
SCREENSHOT 18) Custom tab for the images in the properties.
More information for the image – the type and width and height.