PCMan File Manager is a very fast and lightweight file manager which features tabbed browsing.
|Tags||Desktop Environment File Managers tools|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux|
Release Notes: A basic but user-friendly "Find Files" utility was added. It can be launched from the command line, too. Folder handler problems that previously interfered with nautilus under GNOME were fixed. The menu item shown in the system menu was renamed from "PCMan File Manager" to "File Manager" for better usability.
Release Notes: A bug in 0.4.6.1 has been fixed. The usability of the detailed list view has been improved.
Release Notes: You can now optionally open items with a single click. The preference dialog is now GNOME HIG compliant, but will use a non-GNOME HIG compliant, more compact layout on small screens. Support for calling the preference dialog from the command line with --show-pref was added. The wallpaper of PCManFM's desktop window can be changed via the command line with --set-wallpaper. Opening the preference dialog no longer blocks the desktop window and other folder windows. All implicit functions were fixed.
Release Notes: Single click to open items (optional). The preference dialog is now GNOME HIG compliant, but will use a non-GNOME HIG compliant, more compact layout under small screens. Calling the preference dialog via the command line with --show-pref is supported. Changing the wallpaper of PCManFM's desktop window via the command line with --set-wallpaper is supported. AN open preference dialog no longer blocks the desktop window and other folder windows. There are some fixes.
Release Notes: Please upgrade to this version if you are using shared-mime-info 0.40 or later. The UI of preference dialog was adjusted. Some minor fixes were made.