We’ve written about plenty of Electron apps, from music players to e-mail clients, code editors and chat tools — but the following tool the first Electron file manager we’ve come across! It’s called JumpFM and it’s described as a ‘minimalistic […]
If you’re looking for a dual-pane file manager available for Linux (or macOS or Windows) look no further than fman. fman (sic) is pitched as “modern file manager for power users”. It has a clean design, runs quickly, and its […]
Finding files in Nautilus, the default GNOME file manager, is about to get a whole heap easier.
With the scheduled switch to Unity 8 on the Ubuntu desktop creeping ever closer, Ubuntu developers are debating whether a new file manager is needed.
The honeymoon is over folks: Nautilus-elementary is no longer being actively developed. The elementary team are instead turning their attention towards creating a file browser that does everything they want it to, and it's called Marlin.
Daily 5 today briefs you, er, briefly on 5 alternative file managers to stock Nautilus. Dolphin If you’ve tried Kubuntu of late then chances are you’ve already encountered Dolphin – it’s the default file manager […]
Sick and tired of seeing awesome Nautilus mock-ups that you know won’t ever get made? Well so was one of the best designers FOSS has (and perennial OMG! fave) DanRabbit. So much so that instead […]
The introduction of a new file size unit reading policy in Ubuntu 10.04 that caused many users confusion has now been reverted and postponed until Ubuntu 10.10. The debut of the new policy was, as […]
Thunar is a lightweight file manager with a very light memory footprint, a less cluttered layout and pretty much all the features one needs in a file manager! Installing Thunar does not remove Nautilus so […]