Public bug reported:

Previous versions of File Systems only showed my two harddrives, and was
pretty useful.

In Ubuntu 18.04 gnome-system-monitor > File Systems now shows 35 lines
of uninteresting lines, like /var/lib/snapd ...

I tried switching from Snap- to classic apt-based version, with these

sudo snap remove gnome-system-monitor
sudo apt-get install gnome-system-monitor

I got the good old System Files back, showing just the two hard drives
of interest to me, but "snap remove gnome-system-monitor" removed a lot
of extra packages, so my shortcuts stopped working, and possibly other
stuff as well. I had to revert to snap-based gnome-system-monitor to get
them working again.

How can I get the previous and useful File Systems back, only showing my
two hard drives?

** Affects: gnome-system-monitor (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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  Lots of useless info in File Systems

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