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emelFM2: Another fast file manager

http://www.ghacks.net

Today I’m going to take a look at another lightweight Linux file manager called emelFM2. This particular file manager will pull at the heart-strings of old school Linux and UNIX users because it is based on the old Norton Commander file manager.

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Created by joy1234 4 years 13 weeks ago – Made popular 4 years 13 weeks ago
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PC File Manager: Another light weight file manager

http://www.ghacks.net

In the seemingly never-ending quest to find the perfect, light weight graphical file manager, I have gone through just about every one I can find. What we now have is an incredibly fast, easy to use, light weight file manager that will please just about any level of user.

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Created by spambot 4 years 15 weeks ago – Made popular 4 years 14 weeks ago
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Deconstructing Nautilus and rebuilding it better

http://www.design-by-izo.com

There may well be some of you out there who are currently thinking, “It’s not that bad…” to which my response is: in terms of user interface, there are much better file managers available for GNOME than GNOME’s default file manager (two, off the top of my head: Thunar, default for the Xfce Desktop Environment and PCMan File Manager, or PCManFM).

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Created by lando 4 years 39 weeks ago – Made popular 4 years 39 weeks ago
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Deconstructing Nautilus and rebuilding it better (Nautilus + Zeitgeist)

http://www.ubuntugeek.com

If you’re an avid user of the GNOME Desktop Environment and follow the development of it, you may well be aware of one of the hot topics currently doing the rounds on the internet, and that is: The User Interface Of The Nautilus File Manager And Why Is It So Awful?

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3 Linux Console File Managers You Should Try

http://www.webupd8.org

GNU Midnight Commander (MC), Vifm and Last File Manager (Lfm) are 3 visual file manager applications for the Linux console. All of these 3 applications will remind you of Norton Commander, but each has something special.

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Add actions to extend Nautilus functionality

http://www.ghacks.net

GNOME's file manager, Nautilus, (as you would expect) is much more than just a plain file manager. There are so many configuration options and ways to extend the default GNOME file manager.

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bsc (BeeSoft Commander) – Graphical file manager with two panels

http://www.ubuntugeek.com

bsc (BeeSoft Commander) is a graphical file manager (similar to the midnight commander) that displays two directories at once for easier copying and moving of files.

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Created by oldfart 5 years 5 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 5 weeks ago
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10 secrets of Nautilus (file manager)

http://linuxcrunch.com

There are many secrets about Nautilus normal users might not familiar with them; therefore, in this article, I will try to shed light on some of them.

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Konqueror tips and tricks

http://www.ghacks.net

If you are familar with KDE you know Konqueror. Konqueror used to be one of the finest file managers on the PC desktop – period. But now KDE has migrated toward a simpler, more user-friendly file manager (Dolphin) and pushed Konqueror to serve as a web-browser only. That does not mean Konqueror can not be used as a file manager. It can. In fact, Konqueror can do many things.

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Replacing KDE applications

http://linuxcritic.wordpress.com

Those of you who have been following my Linux Critic blog know that I’ve been on an app-hunt to replace some of the applications to which I’ve grown used to in KDE, mostly so that I can break my ties with that desktop and move forward completely without it.

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Created by Mr_Shifty 5 years 13 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 13 weeks ago
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PCManFM Review - Yet Another Lightweight GTK File Manager

http://tuxarena.blogspot.com

PCManFM is the default file manager in LXDE, the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment. Its goal is to offer a fast execution speed, providing in the same time enough functionality for a file manager of its class.

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Some Random Thoughts on Dolphin

http://weblog.obso1337.org

I’ve been using Dolphin for my file manager, rather than Konqueror, for about a week now. These are just some random things I’ve thought about while adjusting my behavior and work process.

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Created by C733tus 7 years 5 weeks ago – Made popular 7 years 5 weeks ago
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Nautilus vs. Dolphin vs. Konqueror

http://linuxdesktoptips.blogspot.com

when the KDE team decided to replace Konqueror with Dolphin everything changed. Because, at least for now, Dolphin is a lot like Nautilus and has little to do with what KDE users were accustomed to.

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Created by bridget 7 years 10 weeks ago – Made popular 7 years 10 weeks ago
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Krusader - The Ultimate KDE File Manager

http://www.raiden.net

Years ago when I switched to using Freebsd and KDE full time, I was in need of a file manager. However, I found that Konqueror did not do as good a job as a file manager as I had hoped. I stumbled onto Krusader, a file manager that really does things right. But don't take my word for it. Let's go look at all the great things it offers.

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Created by bluecheese 7 years 14 weeks ago – Made popular 7 years 14 weeks ago
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