It is always easy to change the desktop icon but it is quiet hard to change the desktop icon size, we find difficult to resize it at the beginning. Seeing those big icons in our desktops will not feel good for us always. So today in this post, I have listed few simple steps to resize the desktop icon in Ubuntu. Using these simple steps we can resizethe desktop icon in Ubuntu.
Change the desktop icon size in Ubuntu
To change the desktop icon size in Ubuntu, select the particular icon which you to resize or select the group of icon you want to resize.
Right click and select the “Resize icon”.
After selecting the option, you will find a square shaped handles that will allow you to change the desktop icon size, now hold and drag the handles to resize the icon.
If you want to revert the size of the icon, by right clicking and selecting the “Restore Icon’s Original Size” available in the context menu.
In this method, you can open the Nautilus file manager available.
Open the Nautilus and go to Edit Preferences and change the percentage of the Icon View Defaults.
You can resize the desktop icon size, by reducing the icon size percentage to your choice. (52%, 66 %..)
This method is very simple one, it will not consume more time to change the desktop icon size.
Open any folder and go to menu preferences in the file explorer.
You can zoom in and zoom out the icon size
Another simple method to resize the desktop icon is here, after opening the folder, press Ctrl + Mouse Scroll to change the desktop icon size.
By using the above methods, you can change the desktop icon size. You can also leave your suggestions in the comment box below…