caja

file manager for the MATE desktop
  http://www.mate-desktop.org/
  6
  20 reviews



Caja is the official file manager for the MATE desktop. It allows one to browse directories, preview files and launch applications associated with them. It is also responsible for handling the icons on the MATE desktop. It works on local and remote filesystems.
Latest reviews
4
LarryRink 1 year ago

Works great and priced right! :)

4
BazyTrue 1 year ago

Dobry file manager. Polecam.

4
Mintonite 3 years ago

I really like the interface. Clean and simple and with folder colors. The search function could be better.

5
shian 3 years ago

Works good. I like the two pannels. (the search function is not clear, cannot find something simple like "abc*.*")

3
WhitePhoenix 4 years ago

Need to work on the search interface. A search that doesn’t use wildcards is practically useless.

5
sa3paleasm 4 years ago

Great

2
jahid_0903014 5 years ago

nemo is the best

2
copecu 5 years ago

Freezes on large batch file transfers (in an usb connected ntfs hard drive

5
Zaziel 5 years ago

Just as good as nemo, if not better. And it had the option to view the current path before LM 13 or even before; cick the pencil near the location bar or use Ctrl+L to toggle between the text and icon-based location bar. On LM 17, it's very stable, has lots of extentions, and scripts available to extend it's funtionality.

2
Marbux 5 years ago

A showstopper: No option to copy the current path.

1
tstrong2 5 years ago

If you hover over certain media files the file browser closes and there is a small notice that it is opening the file in caja. There are no controls and it is just annoying. I am going to be removing it. Often when working with two panes moving files it is just a pain when it does that. I can't imagine why someone would actually design it to do that. The old way of hovering over a media file and playing a preview without interupting whatever you were doing was fine. You move the mouse and it would stop playing. This way just seems too buggy to me.

3
MattHitchcock 5 years ago

Very often crashes when I'm trying to name a folder or file

4
schmoove 5 years ago

mint 16 x64 mate: works very well, no bugs, no crashes, but could do with more feautures

2
mano 5 years ago

nautilus is better than caja....

5
arper24 6 years ago

Now it is fast, complete and very reliable.

3
prepman 6 years ago

Freezes on large batch file transfers

5
nnnn20430 6 years ago

it works realy well and dont listen to the posts below they are made by ideots

2
davidlt 6 years ago

Unable to drag files from the right pane, to the left pane. Unable to view properties in the left pane. To see the properties, you have to click on the icon in the title bar above.

1
Gadien 6 years ago

Not a fan. I want to be able to see the path, not click on tabs.. it sucks.

4
ulysses 6 years ago

Very good file browser