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4Pane

4Pane

4Pane is a four pane detailed-list file manager.

It is designed to be fully-featured without bloat, and aims for speed rather than visual effects. In addition to standard file manager functionality, it offers advanced features such as multiple undo and redo of most operations (including deletions), archive management including 'virtual browsing' inside archives, multiple renaming/duplication of files, a terminal emulator, and user-defined tools.

Directories and files are displayed in separate panes. Generally two pairs of these twin-panes are displayed at a time, allowing easy dragging/pasting of files.

It is targeted at users who want the increased information that a list-view provides, and the ease of navigation that you get with a separate directory pane.

 4Pane 3.0

Price
Free to download

Size
1.2MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
David Hart

Website
www.4pane.co.uk

System Requirements
wxWidgets
GTK 2.x

Support:
Manual, FAQ, SourceForge Page

Selected Reviews:
Linux Magazine

Features include:

  • Highly configurable
  • Multi-pane
  • Standard file manager actions
  • Multiple renaming / duplication of files
  • Bookmarks
  • Shortcuts
  • Undo and Redo
  • Archive management; Create and extract gzip, bzip2 and zip archives
  • Browse archives
  • Mount devices including DVD drives and USB keys
  • Extensible; create user-defined tools

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