Beautiful, simple and at the same has a lot of functionalities. The only problem I found is the stopped progress bar when I extract some compressed files.
Der mit Abstand beste Dateimanager. Sieht gut aus und kann alles mögliche. Das bräuchte es in allen Distributionen.
Es el mejor, pero desde hace tiempo he observado que al poco tiempo se puso lento, cada vez que preciono abrir, tarda mucho, eso ha hecho que no me guste.
Only second to Caja, IMO. Awesome file manager! :)
I don't know because it works from a Mint installation USB stick but not from my LM installation with no swap file ... it takes time to display thumbs or content of folders and if I want to cut or copy paste a lot of files, then the GUI crashes
Needs to automatically Merge folders while copying or moving
Sencerely... the best filemanager! I use Nemo on every distro because, differently from others, Nemo is: solid, simple by default, enable desktop usage and is really fast. With new updates, nemo is a complete filemanager that haven't competitors. It looks elegant and beautiful oob but, if you want, you can easily change some settings. Nemo can respect my workflow and accelerate my dayli operations. I advice to use it in every distributions ;)
Missing function to automatically RENAME files while copying is target file name exists
Would help to have a scroll bar on the files list when moving several files, can't get to the rest of the files not shown.
I cannot use it to access Samba shares, so use Nautilus instead.
My favourite file manager next to Dolphin .
fast and reliable. works amazing on Linux Mint Mate. I don't know why it says "for cinnamon desktop"
I don't know why the rating is so low? I don't understand what an average user needs in a file manager? It is the CLEANEST file manager on Linux till now.
Needs more power options and customizability. Also, strange behaviour just noted - when editing bookmarks, deleting defaults from "My Computer" such as Videos, Photos, Music etc causes custom bookmarks under "Bookmarks" to jump up into "My Computer". Which is fine, I wanted to put them there anyway ;)
Eh, Thunar is better...
Configurable, rajout de script... Très bien