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After editing context menu entries (by editing files in /usr/share/contractor) I have to restart the file manager to see the changes.

How to restart Pantheon Files with a command so that I don't have to log out and in?

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Run the command pkill pantheon-files in the terminal The pkill command sends a signal to terminate the process with name pantheon-files; a process is a running instance of a program. Reopen the file manager by clicking on the icon on the dock or from the application menu. By clicking on the icon, a new process is started for the program.

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For me at least for Elementary Juno the process shows as io.elementary.files - if i kill these processes then it will close.

One easy way to do this is use htop, press F4,and search for io.elementary.files, select a process then F9 to kill.

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