December 24, 2012 · General · Email This Post

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qtFM is a small, lightweight file manager for Linux desktops based on pure Qt and works great with minimal desktop environments like Openbox.

Features:

lightweight, pure Qt, no kde libraries or other dependencies
full theme and mime filetype icon integration
tree, bookmarks, list, icon, detail and thumbnail views
customizable interface, rearrange views and toolbars to suit
powerful custom command system for user defined actions
customizable key bindings for built-in and custom actions
drag & drop functionality
tabs

Install qtfm in ubuntu

Download qtfm deb package from here. once you have deb package double click on it to install.

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1 Comment to “qtFM – Lightweight file manager”

  1. Doom3d says:

    Is it lighter, than spaceFM?

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