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Here are some top gnome shell extensions that can provide usability and productivity in your desktop.
This adds 2 more selections in the status menu instead of the default suspend. Now you can shutdown the computer without pressing alt first.
Moves the default location of the clock from the center, to the right side of the top panel.
Adds a dock that you can set either in the left or the right side of the screen. I don’t like this dock when it is hiding because it doesn’t hide the way Docky, Cairo dock, and Gnome Do does.
Integrates your music controls into the volume icon indicator just like what Ubuntu does.
Get instant calculations by opening the dash and perform a calculation in the dash’s search box.
Using Gnome Online Accounts, you will be notified of up and coming emails in your gmail account.
Average desktop users do not need a shortcut for the accessibility function most of the time. You can remove the accessibility icon on the top panel using this extension.
Removes the bluetooth indicator on the top panel.
Gets rid of your username in the indicator to either save space or hide your name when getting some screenshots of your desktop.