10 Best Orthodox Free Linux File Managers

Posted by sde on Jun 1, 2012 2:08 AM EDT
LinuxLinks.com; By Trevor James
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A file manager is software that provides a user interface to undertake file management activities with file systems. The file manager is one of those essential applications for many users which is almost impossible to function without. Linux is blessed with a good range of file managers that help to make file management a breeze.

There are a number of different types of file managers, with some stark differences. The most common file managers that we see are navigational file managers, orthodox file managers, and web-based file managers. The less popular types include file-list, spatial, and 3D file managers. The purpose of this article is to examine the finest open source orthodox file managers that are available for the Linux platform.

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