[ Thanks to Rudd-O
for this link. ]
“Windows has Explorer. Mac OS has Finder. GNOME has Nautilus.
And KDE had, up to a number of months ago, Konqueror. Now, together
with the up-and-coming KDE 4, a simple file manager named Dolphin
takes on file management. So how does Dolphin stack up?
“Very well, I must confess. File management is an everyday
task–and most file managers get it right. What they usually don’t
get right is the ability to do advanced things in an intuitive and
discoverable way. Dolphin does–it successfully merges a basic file
management interface with the most-requested advanced features, and
in a non-obtrusive way…”