Dash to Panel Updates with GNOME 46 Support

Last updated: March 26, 2024 — Leave a comment

Dash-to-panel, the popular GNOME Shell Extension, got a update few days ago with the latest GNOME 46 support.

For those who don’t know about dash-to-panel, it’s a free open-source extension for GNOME, which replaces the default panel and dock with a single bottom bar. Along with ArcMenu, user can easily customize the desktop to Windows 10 or Windows 11 style layout.

Ubuntu 24.04 with Dash to panel and ArcMenu

GNOME announced the latest 46 release last week. Now the extension works in the release, meaning for the next Ubuntu 24.04, Fedora 40, and Arch/Manjaro Linux with GNOME desktop.

How to Install Dash to Panel

To install the extension in GNOME, simply go to the web page in EGO via the link below:

Then use the ON/OFF switch to install, after installing browser extension and refresh. NOTE: Debian and Ubuntu needs to install agent package via sudo apt install chrome-gnome-shell command in terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T).

Or, install and use “Extension Manager” app to install this extension:


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