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ROX-Filer

ROX-Filer

ROX-Filer is a simple and easy to use graphical file manager for X11 based on the GTK2 library. It uses a uniform drag-and-drop approach for every operation.

It is also the core component of the ROX Desktop Environment.

The software aims to marry together good features from RISC OS to Linux.

 ROX-Filer 2.10

Price
Free to download

Size
1.9MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Thomas Leonard and many contributors

Website
rox.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
GTK 2.6.x
shared-mimo-info

Support:
Manual, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:
polishlinux.org, Linux Insider, Linux Community (in German)

Features include:

  • Fully configurable
  • Small footprint
  • Thumbnails
  • Pinboard support - pin frequently used files to the desktop
  • Fast background scanning of directories
  • Uncluttered display (popup menus are used throughout),
  • Background file operations (copy, move, link, delete, permissions, find)
  • Powerful expression-based search feature with on-line quick reference (e.g. 'mtime after 2 days ago and size > 10Mb' finds files based on their modification time and size)
  • Mounts and unmounts filesystems (floppies, DVDs, etc)
  • Supports XDND, the common drag-and-drop protocol
  • Supports XDS extension which allows drag-and-drop savings
  • Shared MIME Info Database
  • Pop-up minibuffer allows navigating the filesystem using shell-style tab completion
  • Self contained relocatable applications
  • Icon Themes
  • DNotify support
  • Support for running freedesktop.org '.desktop' files

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