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PCMan File Manager (PCManFM) is a file manager application developed by Hong Jen Yee which is meant to be a replacement for Nautilus, Konqueror and Thunar. Released under the GNU General Public License, PCManFM is free software.

PCManFM is intended to follow the specifications given by Freedesktop.org for interoperability in free software.



* Extremly fast and lightweight

* Can be started in one second on normal machine

* Tabbed browsing (Similiar to Firefox)

* Built-in volume management (mount/umount/eject through HAL)

* Built-in file searching utility (GUI frontend for the UNIX find + grep command)

* Drag & Drop support

* Files can be dragged among tabs

* Load large directories in reasonable time

* File association support (Default application)

* Thumbnail for image files

* Bookmarks support

* Handles non-UTF-8 encoded filenames correctly

* Provides icon view, compact view, and detailed list view

* Standard compliant (Follows FreeDesktop.org)

* Clean and user-friendly interface (GTK+ 2) "

Site Oficial: http://pcmanfm.sourceforge.net/

Para instalar em Debian basta #aptitude install pcmanfm

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Sim, é mais rápido que o nautilus, já tem tabs (o nautilus só no SVN) e tem uma organização que agrada a quem gosto do nautilus thunar etc. O único pormenor que até agora notei de mal foi que não parece dar para fazer drag & drop de um ficheiro directamente para um marcador (apesar de para as tabs dar).

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