RSS 16 projects tagged "file manager"

Download Website Updated 30 Mar 2009 Ant Commander

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Pop 36.08
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Ant Commander is a fully configurable file manager. Several file systems are supported: file, zip, FTP, WebDAV, etc. Several kinds of panels are available: directory table, directory tree, text editor, image viewer, HTML viewer, command line, etc. You can configure the menu, the toolbars, the panels, the actions, and more. Several file operation are supported: copy, move, delete, multiple rename, create directory, zip, unzip, etc. External plugins are available to add more skins, for BeanShell, SSH Shell, Telnet, VNC, and more file systems (tar.gz, Samba, etc.). It is skinnable and OS-independent, and has bookmarks, history, many file operations, macros, and more.

No download Website Updated 12 Feb 2010 D-CM

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Pop 15.87
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D-CM is an easy-to-use, all-in-one manager for Web programmers. It allows you to do all things you would do in an SQL manager, terminal, file manager, text editor, FTP client, and more.

Download Website Updated 29 May 2012 Dino File Manager

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Pop 31.56
Vit 1.82

Dino is an easy to use and powerful file manager built in Qt. Its features include symlinking files by mouse click, the usual features such as making directories, running commands, copying and pasting, etc. It has drag and drop and even a built in text editor.

Download Website Updated 29 Jun 2012 Emperor

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Pop 24.54
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Emperor is a Commander-style (“orthodox”) file manager for the GNOME desktop. Unlike similar programs such as GNOME Commander or mc, it uses GIO to integrate with the GNOME desktop and take advantage of GVfs-FUSE.

Download Website Updated 04 Mar 2011 File Commander

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Pop 28.67
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File Commander is a text mode file manager and shell in the style of Norton Commander. It allows you to locate, copy, move, delete, view, edit, and execute your files. Its main display provides dual directory view panels which may be used to view a file list, a directory tree, or volume statistics. A command line is also provided and operates in conjuction with the directory panels to make it much more powerful than a regular CLI. Other features include built in support for archives, Unicode file name support, a built in viewer and editor with syntax highlighting, and Unicode text file support.

Download Website Updated 09 Aug 2013 FileRunner

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Pop 20.95
Vit 16.08

FileRunner is a two-pane file manager for Unix. It is simple and efficient and has a built-in FTP/SFTP/adb client. It does a reasonable (and improving) job on Windows systems. It features a simple and powerful interface, history and Hotlist (bookmarks), a recursive directory menu of the entire filesystem tree, browsing FTP, sFTP, and adb directories as easily as normal directories, asynchronous file transfers, cached directory listings, asynchronous file operations, built-in command shell windows synchronized with file panels, extensibility by adding your own command buttons, and user-defined file pattern/actions.

Download No website Updated 22 Mar 2014 Fileaxy

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Pop 77.79
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Fileaxy is a file de-duplication, organization, and bulk previewing tool which utilizes a new user interface for local file management.

Download Website Updated 21 May 2011 Last File Manager

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Pop 95.30
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Lfm is a curses-based file manager for the Unix console written in Python.

Download Website Updated 10 Apr 2014 Personal File Manager

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Pop 193.73
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pfm is a terminal-based file manager written in Perl. All pfm commands can be invoked with one- or two-key commands. It features integration with version control systems, use of the ReadLine library for friendly command line editing, support for executing user-defined commands, colored filenames according to extension or type, a single-file and multiple-file mode, and bookmarks for directories.

Download Website Updated 24 Jan 2010 Puggle

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Pop 48.12
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Puggle is a desktop search engine that provides full text search over files, folders, music, photos, Web pages, and other data that are stored locally on your computer. Puggle is able to create many different indices, each with a different configuration. For example, you may have a different index for your music collection as well as your documents. Each of them can be used on demand, simply by loading it. Furthermore, Puggle supports indexing of portable devices, like USB flash drives or external hard disks. The index will be stored in the device, using relative paths, allowing you to search over the data very quickly on any computer.

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