Nautilus Review in Ubuntu 10.10 Beta
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"There is always a lot of debate whether which file
manager is the 'best' for the Linux desktop. Some would argue for
Dolphin because they are KDE users, or Dolphin because it's KDE but
also offers a more simplistic interface, other prefer GNOME and use
Nautilus, and still, some will like Krusader because of the many
features or PCManFM for it's simplicity, or Midnight Commander due
to its TUI interface. So, even though you may have heard this many
times before, I'm going to repeat: the best application for a
specific user is the one which fits him better and helps him get
the work done, in an easy fashion.
"However, this article is not a comparison of file managers.
Today I will review Nautilus, the default file manager in the GNOME
desktop environment and also in the Ubuntu distribution. The
version which I'm talking about here is 2.31.92, as it currently
comes in Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat Beta, with all the updates