Re: Alternate File Manager Suggestions
Thunar is pretty good (and very quick at loading directories with large numbers of files, something that Nautilus sucks at). The only main niggle for me is that location and rename entry is a pop-up box rather than directly entered in the location bar or file display area.
If you like Nautilus 3.4 then you could check out Nemo. It's the Mint fork for Cinnamon (so it may pull in some Cinnamon deps) but it works the same.
(Edit: post #999!)
Last edited by jfernyhough; March 25th, 2013 at 12:45 AM.
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