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Most of the things you say about the new Nautilus are quite lame lies. First it was something that didn't occur out of the blue; it had been planned time ago. Second, most of the features you say are gone are not. The type ahead search isn't gone; actually it was improved. The "new file" option still works if you know how to use a ~/templates folder. I still see a pretty reworked app menu. Preferences, connect to server, bookmarks and "go to" are now accessed through the application menu on the panel (supposing you are using gnome-shell and not hybrid stuff such as Unity or Cinnamon WHICH AREN'T PART OF GNOME and GNOME developers aren't responsible of). Please get a bit more informed before writing a whole hateful article about something.