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My First Impressions Of Dolphin File Manager

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Don’t panic if you love the endless flexibility of Konqueror - it isn’t going away in KDE 4, it just won’t be the default. Today I downloaded Dolphin and decided to give it a try, spent around 15 minutes and I can say that I am staying with Konqueror.

Maybe Dolphin should be what Konqueror is but without web browser in it. This makes Dolphin straight file manager only and all the power that Konqueror is. What I missed in Dolphin the first minute is the tree view in the left column.

I simply find that Dolphin on KDE is what Nautilus is on Gnome

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