Nautilus is a desktop-management and service-delivery platform for the network
user environment (NUE), a framework for making computers easy to use and maintain. Read more hot
a seperate Nautilus view, which gives you detailed information about CVS managed directories. CVS is the "Concurrent Version System" which is often used by (free) software projects to manage there sourcecode
Arronax is a plugin for Nautilus (the GNOME default file manager) to create and modify application starters (".desktop files").
Bulldozer is an extension for the Nautilus File Manager. If a build script is found in the current directory, it extends Nautilus with buttons and menu entries for accessing the build targets found in the build script. It currently supports make, Ant, NAnt, Maven, and Maven2.
Emperor is an orthodox file manager for the GNOME desktop. It uses a two-pane 'Commander'-style layout familiar to users of Total Commander, Krusader, or Midnight Commander. Emperor strives to bring this style of file management nto the modern nGNOME desktop by using GIO and GVfs, the technologies that are used in Nautilus and across the GNOME desktop to access the file system.
Filecentral is a filesystem browser and file manager. It uses the navigational model of the OSX finder, but tries to integrate into the GNOME Desktop. It uses gnome-vfs and is thus also able to manage remote files.
gfile is a file manager for Linux which is based on Gtk/Gnome and is a tree like explorer (under Windows 95).
GFileRunner is a GNOME-based file manager aimed to be a nicer, faster, and more powerful replacement for the current popular file manager, Nautilus.
GNOME Commander is a GPL licensed filemanager with FTP and CVS capabilities and as the name sugests there are some similarities with the classical Norton commander. Read more
offers an alternative to file managers and application menus. The user's files, media, contacts, tasks and bookmarks are presented in a convenient desktop sidebar. The aim is to focus on the data files themselves, rather than the applications used to edit them
Nautilus actions is an extension for Nautilus, the gnome file manager. It allow to configure program to be launch on files selected into Nautilus interface.
Nautilus patched for Elementary OS, nautilus patched for simplicity
nautilus-search-tool is a Nautilus extension to have "search files" on a popup menu.
Nemo is a file manager forked from Nautilus 3.4.x.
PanelFM helps you to quickly browse through the files and directories on your local disk. It is not intended to replace a file manager, but rather complement it by providing a minimal interface for speeding up the task of locating and opening a file or directory.
Tumblefile is an automatic, chronological file organizer for GNOME.
Waffle's A Fast File Level Explorer: something that is fast, configurable, and able to do all the things a file explorer should do