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Linux on Desktop: Thunar: Versatile and Impressive Replacement for Nautilus File Manager

Mar 11, 2007, 17:00 (2 Talkback[s])

"Thunar is a file manager that is shipped by default with XFCE and is a integral part of XFCE desktop environment. Thunar is developed by Benedikt Meurer and has been named after the god Thor of Norse mythology. It is similar to Nautilus but uses much less resource as compared to Nautilus, and in fact one of the goals of creating Thunar was to create a file manager that was fast, clean and easy to use. It is much more responsive as compared to some other file managers available on Linux including Konqueror (KDE) and Nautilus (GNOME)..."

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