gFast File is a fast and useful file manager. It includes some nice features like a work queue, intuitive work, personalized tools, support for drag and drop, and much more.
|Tags||Desktop Environment File Managers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A LoadTreeViewUnits() error on startup has been fixed. An Italian translation has been added. There are some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Changes in the GUI. Now there is only a panel (on the left) with devices, bookmarks, history, and tasks. The history panel is in "last visit first" order. This release follows your Gnome icon theme. Stability has been improved. This release makes full use of GnomeVFS. This release uses the Gnome MIME types database to open files with a applications. There is a new window to show the properties of an element. It calculates the size of directory contents and allow you to change permissions, owner, and group. The bookmarks are saved on exit.
Release Notes: Improved stability. New options to copy/move files. A configuration interface.
Release Notes: The code for the tree view of units was totally rewritten. You can now mount and unmount your drives.
Release Notes: The first oficial release. Support for multiple languages was added. Some minor corrections were made. Binary and source were released.