I need to run disk usage analyzer in sudo for it to scan everything. No easy way to do it.
I realize that this is another case of the Proper Application name being different from the one displayed in the app menu.
I believe Gnome should be addressed heavily by user comments on that.
Gnome is huge, which project is actually responsible for the start menu?
The Start menu is an adaptation of the Arc Menu, used by the ZorinGroup. However, the Start Menu does not define the Displayed Names of the Gnome Applications.
Baobab (Disk Usage Analyzer), Nautilus (files), Gnome-Control-Center(Settings), Software-Properties-gtk (Software & Updates) are all Gnome Applications developed by name.
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