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Nautilus

by sdubois Contributions Published on Jun 24, 2010 12:47 PM
Nautilus is the interface to your filesystem allowing you to navigate through, access, and otherwise manage your files in GNOME. As simple a task as Nautilus was built to perform, it is still impressively simple to use while providing a full set of features including file previews, different folder views, and support for a number of protocols to browse non-local filesystems.
Nautilus

Nautilus is the default file manager in GNOME, but there are a number of alternatives available such as Dolphin which is the KDE counterpart. While some prefer other file managers, basic users should be more than happy with Nautilus.

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