The windows manager in Elementary OS is called Pantheon-files. By default, it does include an Up button as seen in some other Linux distributions. Below is the default view of Pantheon-files in Elementary OS: To add an Up button you need to have the dconf-tools package, if you’re not sure just run the command below to verify or […]
It is always fast, interesting and fun doing things via the Terminal. The terminal is really power as we say everyday to those who don’t want to hear it mentioned or see you type in it. Today we going to look at how to open our system’s default manager from the terminal. There are a […]
Have you ever wanted a utility to manage and publish the files/folders hosted in your remote web servers easily and as well as more effectively, then Mollify is definitely a worth trying tool. Not only for webservers, you can also use it to serve out files from a centralized server to your clients on the […]
It’s true that Linux desktop allows you to customize it, change background, themes fonts & icons, add widgets and effects etc… But the most significant change in terms of functionality is File Manager. That been told, today we are going to introduce you an alternative solution to Nautilus, Konqueror and Thunar, called PCMan.
Sunflower File Manager, the dream file manager that integrates into GNOME framework has now reached Alpha phase. Every since thedream twin-panel file manager began two years ago, the development team has made rapid progress with bugs and request made for each release being worked upon steadily and now officially features have been frozen (March 8). Additionally, […]
Marlin File Browser is a project led by ‘ammonkey’, it is a GTK3-based file manage who is greatly inspired by Nautilus Elementary, it has tabbed browsing, multiple views modes, single-click default open option, multiple choices to configure toolbars and interface as well as a Plugin Framework. Marlin is fast, easy to use and most important […]
The dream was for a Gnome integrated File Manger. Yes, surprisingly file managers are making to dreams of geeks and this file manager is the result of one such dream. Named Sunflower, this file manager is a true hands-on code, which most will like to explore and want to contribute.
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