The 4 best alternative file managers on Linux

The 4 best alternative file managers on Linux

All leading desktop environments on the Linux platform comes with a default file manager. These managers are packed with lots of useful features like integrated FTP client support, SAMBA support, NFS integration, quick mounting of hard drives, USB device support, SD card support, and much more. Still, amazing as all of the file managers on Linux environments are, they aren’t for everyone. Some users find them too bloated, and others simply don’t like the defaults and would prefer to use something else.

Thankfully, as the Linux platform is open source, there are dozens of alternative file managers to take a look at.

Covered here are:
* Double Commander (Windows, Mac, Linux, and BSD)
* Krusader - good for KDE users
* JumpFM (Linux, Mac, and Windows)
* QtFM (Qt rework of the PCManFM file manager for the LXDE desktop environment)

See https://www.addictivetips.com/ubuntu-linux-tips/best-file-managers-on-linux/

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The 4 best alternative file managers on Linux
The 4 best alternative file managers on Linux

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