7. File Commander
This is the third Total Commander-line orthodox file manager in this feature. It has good cross-platform support, so if you use Linux, Windows and macOS on a regular basis, it could be a good choice.
This file manager is written in the C++ programming language.
There is a different orthodox file manager that bears the same name.
License: Apache License 2.0
Dfilemanager bills itself as a file manager that really is a file browser, that can manage files. We’re not really sure what that means.
Dfilemanager has a good bookmark system. And we really like its coverflow media file functionality. Other things that are implemented well include its different views.
This file manager is as good as it goes. The developer plans to add network support in a later edition.
License: GNU General Public License v2.0
The Elokab File Manager is billed as a lightweight file manager.
The interface is well thought out and easy to use. You’ve got basic file management functionality together with bookmarks, panels, filtering, and basic search.
The software is in a very early stage of development and is missing lots of functionality. But it shows promise, and is definitely one to watch.
There’s no network services support.
License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0
Pages in this article:
Page 1 – Krusader, Dolphin, PCManFM-Qt
Page 2 – Double Commander, Konqueror, Deepin File Manager
Page 3 – File Commander, Dfilemanager, ElokabFM
Page 4 – Insight, Qtfm, Yefm
Page 5 – NewBreeze, theFile, Liri Files
Page 6 – Memory comparison
Page 7 – Summary