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Windows File managers

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    rjdohnert

    Of the file managers Microsoft has released explorer included, which one was your favorite?  I personally vote for Winfile.exe, the NT version not the 16 bit version.

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    julianbenja​min

    rjdohnert wrote:
    Of the file managers Microsoft has released explorer included, which one was your favorite?  I personally vote for Winfile.exe, the NT version not the 16 bit version.


    I second that.  In fact, I copy Winfile.exe over to all new installations, including XP and 2003.  It is a lot faster, and with the FMView plugin, it is unbeatable.

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    jamie

    ie6/e6

    go from web - to local in ONE window
    up button  (check)
    coolbars  (check)
    customize/clean UI (after removing 8 icons) check

    ...= everything they are destroying in ie7/e7

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    ddewbofh

    ChrisA wrote:
    The best file manager in the world is Nautilus, seconded by OS X finder.


    I've highlighted the vital part in the title for you since you obviously missed it: "Windows File Managers"

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    TimP

    How about FSV? I got it compiled and running last week for kicks. It's an interesting (albeit dated, source code hasn't been updated since 1999) way to browse the file system. It's more of a file system browser, though. As far as I know there's no way to move/copy/rename files.

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