Your IP-address is: this Sunday 24, Sep 2023, 01:31:04

File Managers For Linux.

Thunar File Manager For Linux

Thunar File Manager For Linux.

Thunar is a modern file manager for the Xfce Desktop Environment. Thunar has been designed from the ground up to be fast and easy to use. Its user interface is clean and intuitive and does not include any confusing or useless options by default. Thunar starts up quickly and navigating through files and folders is fast and responsive.

It is available for both Debian 11 and LMDE5 in the repositories.

Ranger File Manager For Linux

Ranger File Manager For Linux.

Ranger is another good choice if you are looking for a console file manager. It has a vim like interface, preview of the selected file or directory, bookmarks mouse support and tabbed view.

The goal is an easily maintainable file manager in a high level language, a quick way to switch directories and browse the file system, keep it small, but useful, console-based, with a smooth integration into the unix shell.

Nemo File Manager For Linux

Nemo File Manager For Linux.

Nemo file manager is a free and open-source software and official file manager of the Cinnamon desktop environment.

It is a fork of GNOME Files (formerly named Nautilus) maintained and developed by Linux Mint. So it is better...

Linux Mint developers has re-introduced several features that has been removed from the file manager Nautilus.

GNU Midnight Commander

GNU Midnight Commander.

GNU Midnight Commander for Linux ( aka mc ) is one of the top file managers for Linux.

Midnight Commander is a command-line visual (full-screen) file manager that allows users to do basic file management operations, that comes with many kinds of useful features, aside from copy, move, delete, create files and directories, you can change permissions and ownership, review archives, you can use it as an FTP client and much more.

Files Aka Nautilus

Files Aka Nautilus.

Files Aka Nautilus is very simple and easy to use. However in LMDE5 Nemo is the standard file manager.

The file manager is designed to fit the Gnome desktop design and behaviour, giving the user a simple way to navigate and manage its files.

Nautilus was the flagship product of the now-defunct Eazel Inc and was released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License.

It is free and open-source software.

Double Commander For Linux

Double Commander For Linux.

Double Commander for Linux, is an open-source multi-platform two-panel orthodox file manager that is inspired by the Microsoft Windows-only Total Commander.