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best 'file manager' you've used? no needs/requirements here

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#1 win10user


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Posted 15 April 2018 - 01:19 AM

no needs/requirements no this cos it's really not that important

i dont use it much anyway, as good softwares would cover various common needs of ''file managers'

i use 'xplorer2' atm but i know its no the best one out there

no needs/requirements besides the basic stuff such as:

* actively updated (in a significant/meaningful way)

* just the general basics like it's good

ill just download the recommendations and do some testing

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Posted 16 April 2018 - 10:25 PM

All the ones that came with Windows have been good;  W95 through W10.  I have tried a couple of portable ones from portableapps.com, and there was one I liked, but i do not remember its name.  You could try them and see if you like any.  

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Posted 19 April 2018 - 05:55 PM

anything with 4 'panels/screens'? or simply with something new/innovative that is a better way of doing things?

anything when you open a set of 'tabs' and have those 'tabs' up on a 'pan, el/screen'any way to 'save' and 'open those 'sets of tabs'? like in chrome

anything that can color code tabs? so you can tell which tabs are related?

anyone know of important & helpful features when it comes to 'file managers' that very few things have?

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