Add ‘Open Terminal’ to Gnome context menu in Ubuntu

Gnome ships with the absence of a killer desktop tweak called ‘Open Terminal’. This simple feature lets you open a new terminal, when you right click on a folder. I was really wondering  why this feature is not included in Ubuntu distros.

How to install it?

Open a new terminal and type

sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal


Then log out and log in again to restart the Gnome. Now it should looks like this…

After installing 'Open Terminal'
After installing 'Open Terminal'
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