What is a good file manager for Linux

Last updated on October 23, 2020 by Dan Nanni

One of must-have utilities on Linux desktop is file manager (or file browser). A typical file manager can not only handle common file management operations, but also offer advanced functionality that differentiates itself with others. If you are not happy with a default file manager that comes with the Linux desktop you are using, don't worry. There are plenty of other file managers to choose from.

In this post, I will showcase 13 popular file managers available on Linux. For each file manager, I am going to briefly mention its notable features.

1. Dolphin

2. Double Commander

3. GNOME Commander

4. Konqueror

5. Krusader

6. Marlin

7. Midnight Commander

8. muCommander

9. Nautilus

10. PCManFM

11. Sunflower

12. Thunar

13. Xfe

What is your favorite file manager for Linux? Share your opinion and experience in the comment section.

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