GNOME Commander is a fast and powerful graphical file manager for the GNOME desktop environment.
The user interface is based on the orthodox file manager (OFM) principle, also known as Commander-like file managers, the family of file managers based on the venerable Norton Commander interface, such as Midnight Commander.
The software is built on the GTK-toolkit and GnomeVFS. GNOME Commander aims to fulfill the demands of more advanced users who like to focus on file management, their work through special applications and running smart commands.
- GTK-2 Graphical User Interface with standard mouse interactions.
- Tabbing support.
- GNOME mime types (MIME-Type management under development).
- Right click mouse menu with the usual file operations to run, open, open with, delete or rename files and folders, and also to set properties like ownership and permissions.
- Mouse context menu that easily can be extended by entries calling any kind of external application like viewers, editors or custom scripts to work on selected files or directories.
- Quick device access buttons with automatic mounting and unmounting.
- Latest accessed folder history.
- Fast file viewer for text, images and image meta data (Exif and IPTC).
- Tools for searching, quick file name search in current dir, symlinking, comparing directories.
- A tool for advanced renaming of files supporting various types of meta-data.
- Folder bookmarks.
- File compression.
- Plugin support.
- Integrated command line.
- Python scripting.
- Supports: SMB/CIFS, WebDAV, NFS, FTP (using GnomeVFS ftp module), and SSH.
- Support for PDF metatags in advanced file rename templates.
- Support for single-click open mode.
- One instance mode.
- Support for 40 languages.
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