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why Thunar is the best file manager

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I have been a long time KDE supporter, and I still love the flexibility it provides. While I find both the GTK and QT toolkits to provide a pleasing look and feel to my desktop, I haven’t found a file manager that can handle my level of customization.

With the release of dolphin, the new KDE default file manager, I decided to give the default file manager a try again. Still couldn’t get it to do what I wanted, so it’s back to trusty ol’ thunar.

Why do I love it so much? Simple.

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