Very unstable on Xfce
Missing function to automatically RENAME files while copying is target file name exists
Integration with Cinnamon is terrible!
Un peu trop simple, ne fait pas le multiple fenêtrage (F3) il faut ouvrir plusieur Thunar je prefère donc Nemo comme gestionnaire de base.
My favorite file browser, it takes so littel memory. It really nice.
Perfect, use 2x less memory than Nemo file manager. Maybe to add extra pane (f3), it´ll be nice.
simple, but fast and good usability. have a look to the search and bulk rename tools of the project
Where are Picture Previews?
It's the single best file manager. It has all the features that I love in Nemo but the RAM footprint is about 10 MB smaller and it's faster. Great software.
Installed this so I could use the bulk renamer which is *the biz*
Very simple filemanager but also very fast.
Basic, therefore very fast. For a nemo user like me, its only usage is with the command "/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/Thunar/ThunarBulkRename %F" for bulk renaming files and/or folders :-)
Better than Nautilus except for one or two bits. OK for day-to-day use but basic if you need more intensive work on your files.
I like it more than nemo, now
I can do everything I want, and more than in nautilus
Needs more work but still good.
Currently using it.. It's quite good.. The problem I see in it is the long file/folder names!! If you files or folders have long name it prints their complete name. Taking a lot of space for that. And the files/folders below them are pushed downwards.
Very lightweight especially when you consider the features, but on LMDE, I have a strange issue when opening the first window after booting. It takes a long time, gives a failure message and then opens the window.
Thunar does it all without getting in your way. Great for a lightweight file manager, but you might be disappointed if looking for something incredibly feature-rich, but it can be extended with plugins. Works great under any desktop environment I've used.
Thunar can extend to cover the features of other filemanagers, it uses far less resources.