Last Updated on December 24, 2022
There’s plenty of choice when it comes to Gtk file managers. There’s real depth available, but none of them usurp our favorite file managers, Krusader and Dolphin. But, of course, Krusader and Dolphin use Qt, not Gtk.
Besides the various forks of GNOME Files, there are other open source Gtk file managers. We used to rely heavily on Endeavour II.
Pages in this article:
Page 1 – PCManFM, Files, Double Commander
Page 2 – GNOME Commander, 4Pane, Sunflower
Page 3 – SpaceFM, Thunar, Polo
Page 4 – Tux Commander, Donatella, Files (Elementary)
Page 5 – emelFM2, Gentoo, Rox-Filer
Page 6 – Memory comparison
Page 7 – Summary