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X File Explorer (Xfe) is an MS-Explorer or Commander like file manager for X. It is based on the popular, but discontinued, X Win Commander, originally developed by Maxim Baranov.
Xfe is developed since 2002 by Roland Baudin, a french Linux enthusiast.

* Very fast graphic user interface
* UTF-8 support (through the FOX 1.6 library)
* Commander/Explorer interface with four file manager modes : a) one panel, b) a directory tree and one panel, c) two panels, and d) a directory tree and two panels
* Integrated text editor (X File Write, xfw)
* Integrated text viewer (X File View, xfv)
* Integrated image viewer (X File Image, xfi)
* Integrated RPM or DEB packages viewer / installer / uninstaller (X File Package, xfp)
* Copy/cut/paste files from and to your favorite desktop (GNOME/KDE/XFCE)
* Drag and Drop in Xfe and from and to your favorite desktop
* Root mode
* Status line
* File associations
* Optional trash can for file delete operations (trash can directory is ~/.xfe/trash')
* Auto save registry
* Double click or single click files and directories navigation
* Right mouse click pop-up menu in tree list and file list
* Change file(s) attributes
* Mount/Unmount devices (for Linux only)
* Toolbar
* Bookmarks (up to 20)
* Back and forward history lists for directory navigation
* Path linker for directory navigation
* Color themes (GNOME, KDE, Windows, ...)
* Icons themes (Xfe, GNOME, KDE, XFCE, Tango, Windows...)
* Create / Extract archives (tar, zip, 7zip gzip, bzip2, rar, lzh, ace and compress archives are supported)
* Tooltips with file properties
* Progress bars or dialogs for lengthy file operations
* Thumbnails image previews
* Ability to enqueue multimedia files (open command)
Posted on May 31st, 2014


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