File managers can make your digital life much easier. We suggest you check out the following five free file managers to see if they will work for you.
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You have probably seen the OneDrive ads in Windows 10 File Explorer. Annoying, aren’t they? Here’s how to turn off ads in File Explorer for Windows 10.
You may not know it, but Microsoft has been displaying ads all over in Windows 10. And now they found a new place to display ads. Here’s what you need to do.
Double Commander is an open-source, dual-panel file manager that’s available for various OS platforms including Linux. It is inspired by Total Commander. Check it out.
Want to download torrents but don’t want to be bothered by a torrent client? Check out Filestream.me, a service that will download torrent files for you.
Recently, the developers of ES File Explorer have added some intrusive features and a half-baked material UI to the app which seems to have ruined it. Here are some worthy alternatives.
Looking for a dual pane file manager for OS X? Commander One is just that. Built from the ground up with Swift programming language, it supports OS X 10.9+.
Sunflower is a dual-pane file manager for Linux that offers powerful features that usual ‘built-in’ file managers lack. Here are some of those features.
File Manager Gold for Windows 8 brings back the 80-90’s way of navigating the window. Let’s check it out and see how it works.
Windows Explorer sucks. If you ever need a feature-packed file manager, FreeCommander XE is one of the best options you can get.
There are plenty of file manager apps in the Play Store, which one is for you? Here are some of the best file managers for Android. Check them out.
If you have upgraded your Ubuntu and found that when you open the Nautilus File Manager, all the hidden files are visible, then here is the fix.
It is always a good idea to keep your private content away from those who you do not want to share with. Here’s how you can hide files and folders in Android.
For simple file management, the default file manager will suffice. But if you are looking for a more powerful file management tool, you got to try Krusader.
If you’re using a lighter-weight desktop for your Linux machine, or you just want a dedicated application for viewing and interacting with your remote filesystems, Gigolo is the one for you.
For Linux users, knowing how to get around on the command line is an essential skill. But there are times where you might not remember a command or you actually need to edit a file. The Midnight Commander is an excellent tool to manage your files in the terminal.
The most controversial changes in GNOME 3.6 is the Nautilus file manager, now rebranded as Files. The interface has been stripped down to present you with as few buttons as necessary. Here is a comprehensive look around the newly-redesigned file manager, showing how to manage files in GNOME 3.6.
Accessing your Android files on your PC seems like an easy task, but without a dedicated desktop client, it can be difficult at times. Check out how you can wirelessly access your Android file.