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File Juggling with Krusader

Jan 14, 2008, 11:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dmitri Popov)

"Konqueror, KDE's default file manager and browser, is a good all-around tool, but that doesn't necessarily mean it fits all your file management needs. Sometimes a dedicated file manager can be a better choice for daily computing. Krusader is a powerful and versatile file manager that can make your work more efficient and productive. Krusader is available with most KDE-based major Linux distributions, including Kubuntu (and Ubuntu with KDE), PCLinuxOS, KANOTIX and so on, and you can install the tool easily using your distro's package manager.

"When you launch Krusader the first time, it runs the Krusader configuration wizard. This does one simple but rather important thing: it locates helper utilities that Krusader uses for added functionality..."

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