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nautilus

file manager and graphical shell for GNOME
http://www.gnome.org/projects/nautilus/
Score:
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42 reviews
Description:

Nautilus is the official file manager for the GNOME 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 GNOME desktop. It works on local and remote filesystems.

Several icon themes and components for viewing different kinds of files are available in separate packages.

User reviews:
ScoreComment

imperator
5 months ago
5 Ottimo

davidwue4f5et
7 months ago
5 Love how Search runs, ie. like in Windows Explorer, and that alone won me over. Install dconf to fine-tune Nautilus to your liking, ie. single clicking, and you got yourself a fine and dandy file manager.

JCH2
2 years ago
2 A pale shadow of what once was; without dual pane and nemo's follow-along terminals, the only thing it has left of admiration is a very stable smb connection. such a shame.

Edmund
2 years ago
1 failed to register Not found in menu's Mint/ubuntu 14.04

iosonoscrive
2 years ago
5 Very useful

WhitePhoenix
2 years ago
1 Installed it. Can’t find it. Not even after selecting All on Menu. Usless.

lm-user-de
2 years ago
2 so, Nemo is much better

jahid_0903014
2 years ago
4 I like it after thunar and nemo

Qruqs
2 years ago
1 Not that good. Crappy handling of metadata, relies on that insipid "gvfs-metadata" junk which makes file handling (moving e.g.) extremely slow, and this "zeitgeist" spyware junk, hate that. I'm looking for something better.

Frugivore
3 years ago
2 Too basic and very few options. All the menus in one button are quite annoying. It has a very good file search, though. Prefer Thunar or other more comples.

tiebie
3 years ago
3 soso

HappyMint
4 years ago
5 I'm running Mint 16, Nemo is extremely slow and buggy. I was trying to transfer files and it kept stalling and crashing, so I installed Nautilus, very fast, light weight, no stalling or crashing. AWESOME! thanks Nautilus.

mrera
4 years ago
5 Best and default for me!

AshBaby
4 years ago
4 needs a lil work handling large usb drives (non hdd)

mudslinger
4 years ago
5 it has a few handy features - particularly the ctrl-f find ability.

telcnas
4 years ago
5 Best file manger amount its competitors.........comes with ability of performing various disk operations like mount,umount,format..etc..

RytronII
5 years ago
5 The ultimate file manager!

r4pm
5 years ago
4 best

ulysses
5 years ago
4 So far for me the best.

newpaul
5 years ago
5 One of Mint's greatest strengths!

Snoopy77
5 years ago
5 Großartiger File Manager !

ahalin
5 years ago
5 One of the easiest yet most powerful; walks all over windows explorer

Inoki
6 years ago
5 If only it was a bit lighter. :)

zaenal1234
6 years ago
5 it's the best for file manager & launch applications.

blueXrider
6 years ago
4 I like it, Use F7 for the terminal, F4 for folder view

prativasic
6 years ago
5 Its great.

RavS
6 years ago
4 Feels a bit slow but is a great workhorse for managing files according to me.

wanda
6 years ago
5 I love it.

Steampunk-Nick
6 years ago
5 wonderful file manager

Dannie
6 years ago
5 Great file manager!

bst2
6 years ago
3 Not bad, but misses much features

m4daredsun
6 years ago
4 Nautilus is the standard file manager for the Gnome desktop. It is a good tool with plenty of configuration possibilities. However, I have the feeling it is slow and heavy from time to time. PCManFM can be be a valid alternative, especially if your hardware is not so recent

horro
6 years ago
5 Just perfect!

Mitzh
6 years ago
3 it's ok, but could use some more feautures

cmaew04
6 years ago
5 No complaints so far. I can't imagine what else you would need.

NumberSeventeen
6 years ago
4 Really like it.

grim
6 years ago
5 Best file manager imo.

Shostako
7 years ago
4 Good file manager, but is not recommended for legacy pc's.

Elisa
7 years ago
5 I like it for its scripts you can add or even write your own scripts :)

AndrewX192
7 years ago
4 Great when used with gnome, lacks some features, if you want more try dolphin or konqueror

Roin
7 years ago
3 Nautilus is ok, espacily the network functions make Nautilus to a very usefull File Browser, but untiil it doesnt feature a twin list view it wont get a better rating!

conquerortim
7 years ago
2 Extremely bad file manager. Very slow. Only thing going for it is that it has network and bluetooth browsing.