April 28, 2010

Gnome Commander Whips Files Into Shape

 

Gnome Commander, an advanced twin-panel graphical file manager for the Linux OS, brings back memories of my pre-Windows days. That is an era when graphical shell programs were popular before the Microsoft DOS desktop gave way to the Windows 95 GUI. If that sounds like a put-down for Gnome Commander, I do not mean it that way. Linux has come a long way in recent years to equal or surpass the icon-driven desktop that Microsoft mimicked from Apple's desktop design. A two-panel file manager for any OS is sometimes a must-have tool.

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