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Krusader The Ultimate Two Panel File Manager

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If you are looking for a fast, effective, and powerful file manager that is loaded with features, Krusader might be the right choice for you. Krusader is a twin panel file manager that will work on most Linux desktops, Krusader will also help you preform many daily tasks. You can also create your own customized user menu for functions you use most often. Krusader can even function with an optional terminal emulator below the main window. You can connect to remote file systems, work with archives, and much more.

Krusader Features

* Multiple panels to quickly work with two or three directories at the same time.
* Much of the interface is highly customizable allowing you to create a workspace you enjoy.
* Several keyboard shortcuts

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