8 Linux file managers to try because you have the freedom of choice

8 Linux file managers to try because you have the freedom of choice

One of the most common administrative tasks that end users and administrators alike need to perform is file management. Managing files can consume a major portion of your time. Locating files, determining which files and folders (directories) are taking the most disk space, deleting files, moving files, and simply opening files for use in an application are some of the most basic — yet frequent — tasks we do as computer users. File management programs are tools that are intended to streamline and simplify those necessary chores.

Many people aren't aware of the wide array of choices available in file managers, nor do they realize the full capabilities of the ones they do know about. As with every aspect of Linux, there are many options available for file managers. All of these should install on any Linux distro.

Being covered are:
- Midnight Commander
- Konqueror
- Dolphin
- Krusader
- Nautilus
- Thunar
- PCmanFM
- XFE

See https://opensource.com/business/15/4/eight-linux-file-managers

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Managing files can consume a major portion of your time. Locating files, determining which files and folders (directories) are taking the most disk space, deleting files, moving files, and simply opening files for use in an application are some of the most basic—yet frequent—tasks we do as computer users. File management programs are tools that are intended to streamline and simplify those necessary chores.

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