Dell Computer will reportedly announce a deal Monday to put Eazel Inc.’s Nautilus shell, accessible through the GNOME interface, on its Linux computers. Nautilus integrates file and system management with browsing capabilities. Though Linux already contains those tools, Eazel’s founders, including designers of the original Apple Macintosh user interface, have focused on producing a more user-friendly version accessible to a whole range of users. Dell Linux machines will also include a 30 day trial subscription to Eazel services including storage and other Linux related software. Dell is expected to clarify a means of revenue sharing and the purchase of some Eazel equity.