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As with Kwrite as an editor, I'm still stuck on Konqueror, but I admit I haven't even tried many of the ones on the poll, so there's very likely a good replacement for trusty Konq on the desktop -- I just need to get around to finding it.
Thunar is the best in the list but I've been using PCManFM on the LXDE based workstations and it's also come a long way in short period of time so going to give it the vote this year.
Otherwise, man, oh man, I wish Gnome would pull Thunar in and ditch the lameness that is Nautilus. In the meantime lets hope that the "Thunar Threat" at least gives the Nautilus dev heads a much needed kick in the pants.
PCmanfm with multiple tabs yet does not provide history save.
Nautilus got multitab after 2.24 version.
I have not come across file manager that provides multiple tab with all control using keyboard & opening file types with relevant application ?
I wish I could vote for thunar. Unfortunately my vote goes to konqueror again.
Dolphin crashes too much. MC hangs with ftp sessions. Thunar lacks functionality that konqueror has.
There's still krusader, but I haven't got used to it (yet!).