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Just a Blogspot: Krusader and Konqueror--Twin versus One-Panel Filemanagers

Jan 25, 2006, 10:00 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matej Urbančič)

[ Thanks to Matej Urbančič for this link. ]

"Lately, a lot of questions and opinions about different file managers were raised on different forums. The questions mostly address the differences between standard asymmetric interface file managers (Konqueror, Windows Explorer, Nautilus) and symmetric interface file managers or commonly known as twin-panel FM's or commanders (Krusader, Total commander, Midnight Commander). This article describes basic differences and similarities between two classic types of managers for KDE: Konqueror as a member of asymmetric and Krusader as an orthodox twin panel file manager.

"It can be stated that every single way of managing files can produce the same results..."

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