I really love the clean and minimal aesthetics of Pop! OS, but sometimes it seems they (or should I say the Gnome 3 UX team?) have gone too far. My windows are missing the minimize and maximize buttons, I can only close them? What can I do?
Generally Ubuntu and derivatives are really good at detecting your hardware. Just my bad luck that the 18.10 release didn't like my Xonar DG soundcard and my machine produced no sound at all. Frustrating as this all worked with 18.04 :(
If you find the latest version of Nautilus now called Files of Gnome a bit lacking in features, you are not alone. Enter Nemo, a fork of Nautilus by the Linux Mint guys. It knows a few tricks that Nautilus forgot but a power user could really appreciate, like 2 panel navigation.
The default installation of Pop! OS uses the Gnome 3 desktop environment which has no traditional dock like Ubuntu, macOS or Windows. If you press the [Super] key, a dock-like element is visible on the left, but only in this overview mode...