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Search the appstore for "desktop folder" and install it. It's pretty basic though (it doesn't support dragging a file from an application to the desktop and vice versa for example EDIT: this can sort of be done by pressing the ctrl key before dragging the file).

Another option (that has drag and drop) is to run

sudo apt install xfdesktop4 thunar

Then open a terminal and run xfdesktop to get desktop icons. You can set the command to run at boot if you like too (and so you won't have to have the terminal open).

Search the appstore for "desktop folder" and install it. It's pretty basic though (it doesn't support dragging a file from an application to the desktop and vice versa for example).

Another option (that has drag and drop) is to run

sudo apt install xfdesktop4 thunar

Then open a terminal and run xfdesktop to get desktop icons. You can set the command to run at boot if you like too (and so you won't have to have the terminal open).

Search the appstore for "desktop folder" and install it. It's pretty basic though (it doesn't support dragging a file from an application to the desktop and vice versa for example EDIT: this can sort of be done by pressing the ctrl key before dragging the file).

Another option (that has drag and drop) is to run

sudo apt install xfdesktop4 thunar

Then open a terminal and run xfdesktop to get desktop icons. You can set the command to run at boot if you like too (and so you won't have to have the terminal open).

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Search the appstore for "desktop folder" and install it. It's pretty basic though (it doesn't support dragging a file from an application to the desktop and vice versa for example).

Another option (that has drag and drop) is to run

sudo apt install xfdesktop4 thunar

Then open a terminal and run xfdesktop to get desktop icons. You can set the command to run at boot if you like too (and so you won't have to have the terminal open).

Search the appstore for "desktop folder" and install it. It's pretty basic though (it doesn't support dragging a file from an application to the desktop and vice versa for example).

Another option (that has drag and drop) is to run

sudo apt install xfdesktop4

Then open a terminal and run xfdesktop to get desktop icons. You can set the command to run at boot if you like too (and so you won't have to have the terminal open).

Search the appstore for "desktop folder" and install it. It's pretty basic though (it doesn't support dragging a file from an application to the desktop and vice versa for example).

Another option (that has drag and drop) is to run

sudo apt install xfdesktop4 thunar

Then open a terminal and run xfdesktop to get desktop icons. You can set the command to run at boot if you like too (and so you won't have to have the terminal open).

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Search the appstore for "desktop folder" and install it. It's pretty basic though (it doesn't support dragging a file from an application to the desktop and vice versa for example).

Another option (that has drag and drop) is to run

sudo apt install xfdesktop4

Then open a terminal and run xfdesktop to get desktop icons. You can set the command to run at boot if you like too (and so you won't have to have the terminal open).

Search the appstore for "desktop folder" and install it. It's pretty basic though (it doesn't support dragging a file from an application to the desktop and vice versa for example).

Search the appstore for "desktop folder" and install it. It's pretty basic though (it doesn't support dragging a file from an application to the desktop and vice versa for example).

Another option (that has drag and drop) is to run

sudo apt install xfdesktop4

Then open a terminal and run xfdesktop to get desktop icons. You can set the command to run at boot if you like too (and so you won't have to have the terminal open).

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