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This used to be possible in gnome-tweaks. But now there is no such function


Try command pcmanfm --desktop-off, not help


Try disable show-desktop-icons in dconf editor


Try gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.background show-desktop-icons false not help


USED UBUNTU 22.04


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You can configure desktop icons with the "Extensions" tool. Install it from Ubuntu Software, or with the terminal sudo apt install gnome-shell-extension-prefs.


If you do not want any icons at all on the desktop, you can disable the build-in Gnome Shell extension "Desktop Icons NG (DING)". You can disable specific icons or change other options with the button "Settings".


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