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Krusader KDE File Manager Is Now 20 Years OldAuthor: Softpedia News (Bogdan Popa, Microsoft News Editor)
Krusader, the file manager that comes bundled with KDE, is now 20 years old, but despite being launched two decades ago, it continues to be one of the best applications of its kind.
What makes Krusader so special? It all comes down to the feature lineup that makes it the best choice not only for power users, as many advertise the app, but for pretty much everybody who wants to work with files with some of the best advanced tools around.
Krusader, which the developing team itself says is similar to Total Commander, comes with an impressive feature lineup that includes everything from file content comparisons to batch renaming, an internal viewer and editor, file transfers, mounted filesystem support, and directory synchronization.
Aimed at power users, sysadmins, devs
Furthermore, if the default feature lineup still isn’t enough for you, then you can ... (read more)
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