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February 28, 2007

2pane filemanagers; Krusader (KDE) and GNOME Commander

Filed under: Gnome, kde, linux, Tuxicity — tuxicity @ 1:52 pm

In the old days we had Norton Commander as our powerful 2-pane filemanager for DOS, and MC (Midnight-Commander) ‘which is still a great tool for file management’ for Linux.

Windows Commander, now Total Commander derived from Norton Commander is now an excellent 2pane file manager for Window$.

One of the first things I looked for in Linux, when I started using it, was a filemanager like Total Commander.

The two best 2pane filemanagers are in My opinion Krusader for KDE and GNOME Commander for GNOME and XFCE4 .

Best of all, they are free, have no nag screen like Total Commanders shareware version has, and have the same power.

Yet another reason to switch to Linux 🙂

Screenshots and documentation about GNOME Commander.

Screenshots and documentation about Krusader.


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