10 File Managers for Linux
Apr 03, 2009, 16:03 (3 Talkback[s])
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Vifm is a twin-panel, ncurses-based file manager which uses the
keyboard shortcuts from Vim, the powerful text editor for Linux. If
you are used to Vim, Vifm may be just the right choice for a
terminal-based file manager.
"Xfe If I was to describe Xfe in one word, that word would be
awesome. Xfe (X File Explorer) is built using the lightweight FOX
toolkit and it comes with a pretty solid interface, with a tree
view to the left and the file browser occupying the remaining
space. Although it does not look too 'modern', it supports various
themes (like GNOME2, Xfce4 or KDE3 to mention a few) and it allows
the user to change the colours and the fonts used by its