Root : Linux : File Managers


* Article: "Organizing Files"
* Article: "Picture your disk space with 3-D filesystem browsers" @ Linux.com 10/10/2006
* Comparison of file managers @ Wikipedia
* Dolphin "a file manager for KDE focusing on usability"
* fsv - 3D File System Visualizer
* Gnome Commander homepage, The @ nongnu.org
* GTKtalog "is a tool to make disk catalog: you can use it to create a really small database with images of files and directories of your CDs"
* GWhere "allows you to manage a catalog of your CDs and any other removable media (such as hard disks, floppy disks, Zip disks, CD-ROMs, etc...) indexed in a database. With GWhere it is easy to browse your CDs or to make a quick search without needing to insert each CD one after another"
* KBackup "is a backup program for UNIX machines. It supports any OS supported tape drive. It can use tar or afio to create the archives. It can even compress using gzip. It supports include lists, exclude lists, and even backing up to a file"
* kcd "is a directory change utility under Linux or any other Unix clones. It helps you navigate the directory tree"
* KDar "is the KDE Disk Archiver. It is a convenient graphical interface to Denis Corbin's libdar archiving and backup C++ library. You can safely backup (with compression if you like), view and restore files using KDar, along with a few easy UNIX commands for mounting and burning CD-R's, Zip and Jazz drives, DVD-R's, floppies, or any other disk-based storage media"
* KDiff3 "is a file and directory diff and merge tool"
* Konqueror Web Browser, File Manager - and more!
* Krusader
* Krusader forums
* Midnight Commander File Manager
* Nautilus File Manager
* Nautilus File Manager Scripts: G-Scripts
* OneFinger
* OneFinger Project Page
* PCMan File Manager
* PCMan project page @ freshmeat.net
* PCMan project page @ sourceforge.net
* ROX Desktop/File Manager, The
* Thunar "Thunar is a new 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. Thunar is fast and responsive with a good start up time and directory load time. Thunar is accessible using Assistive Technologies and is fully standards compliant."
* XNC (X Northern Captain)


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