Worker File Manager 3.12.0

Worker is a file manager for X11 with a classical two-panel and tabbed interface. It features an accessible configuration menu, binding external programs to hotkeys or menu buttons, and configurable commands per filetype. It can obviously edit, copy, rename files, directories and symlinks, set permissions, filtering, can also access virtual file systems (zip/tar/archive browsing, ftp access), includes a text viewer, search functionality, directory bookmarks, and media mounting.

Runit 1.4.0

Runit is small, portable program, that increase your comfort of running apps, files, directories and web sites. Runit allows you to quick search by term any file, defined web site or directory, and then quickly launch it.

Eagle Mode 0.93.0

Eagle Mode is a C++ GUI toolkit and provides a zoomable user interface (ZUI) usable as desktop shell even. It functions as filesystem browser and manager, and seamlessly runs integrated applications. Images, text files and office documents can be zoomed in, audio and video files engaged as well. Built-in widgets like an archiver, chess and 3D minesweeper games, a clock, fractal imaging examples integrate likewise.

Worker File Manager 3.8.3

Worker is a file manager for X11 with a classical two-panel and tabbed interface. It features an accessible configuration menu, binding external programs to hotkeys or menu buttons, and configurable commands per filetype. It can obviously edit, copy, rename files, directories and symlinks, set permissions, filtering, can also access virtual file systems (zip/tar/archive browsing, ftp access), includes a text viewer, search functionality, directory bookmarks, and media mounting.

4Pane 4.0

4Pane is a highly configurable file manager for Linux and GNU-Hurd. It has dual twin-panes, each of which has a directory tree-view pane and a detailed-list pane for files. Advanced features include multiple undo and redo of most operations (including deletions), archive management including 'virtual browsing' inside archives, multiple renaming/duplication of files, a terminal emulator and user-defined tools.

SpaceFM 1.0.5

SpaceFM is a fork of PCManFM, a multi-panel tabbed file and desktop manager. It provides broad support for virtual filesystems, mounting and device management. It's customizable and can integrate with external tools or helper scripts. Its primary development goal is to keep it lightweight nonetheless.

Gnome Commander 1.4.7

GNOME Commander is a "two-pane" graphical file manager for the GNOME desktop environment. GNOME Commander aims to fulfill the demands of more advanced users who like to focus on file management, their work through special applications and running smart commands.

WCM Commander 0.20.0

Wal Commander is a cross-platform file manager inspired by FAR Commander / Norton Commander. It runs in graphics mode, but emulates a terminal, provides an editor with syntax highlighting, a text viewer, virtual and remote file systems support (FTP, SFTP, SMB). Runs on Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and OS X.

FileCast 1.0

Zero setup, cross platform desktop to desktop and desktop to mobile file transfer tool.

Rodent applications (Xffm) 5.3.14.5

Rodent is a continuation of Xffm, the original XFce file manager. It also includes several previous XFCE apps like icontheme, diff viewer, file previews, a search tool and samba browser, an application menu, userspace filesystems, process manager, a system package manger, and file shredding. Rodent filemanager is still optimized for speediness and a small footprint, runs on BSD/Linux systems. It's intended to be convenient to power users.

gMTP 1.3.8

gMTP is a simple graphical Media Transfer Protocol client. It supports all MTP based devices (MP3 and MP4 players, mobile phones, tablets). Besides file transfer and folder management, it can manage metadata and album art, playlist creation, or name the device itself.

Vestigo

Vestigo is a lightweight file manager with a close Nautlius look and feel. It's written in Vala and GTK3, and provides image thumbnails and PDF previews. File operations use coreutils synchronously in the background. Settings are easy to manage via dconf.