This article provides a list of file managers available in Gentoo.
A file manager is a computer program that allows for the manipulation of files and directories on a computer's filesystem.
Typically, graphical file managers are opened and configured from the desktop environment.
|Plasma filemanager focusing on usability.
|Default file manager for the GNOME desktop.
|Web browser and file manager based on KDE Frameworks.
|Advanced twin-panel (commander-style) file-manager with many extras.
|Fork of GNOME's Nautilus file manager for Cinnamon.
|Powerful yet lightweight file manager from LXDE.
|Qt GUI File manager, default file manager of LXQt.
|A multi-panel tabbed file manager.
|Xfce file manager.
|X File Explorer
|MS-Explorer-like minimalist file manager for X.
|GNU Midnight Commander
|Free cross-platform orthodox file manager, started in 1994 as a clone of Norton Commander.
|Full-featured terminal file manager, tiny, nearly 0-config, and incredibly fast.
|Console file manager with VI key bindings, a minimalistic, friendly curses interface, with a view on the directory hierarchy.
|Console file manager with vi(m)-like keybindings. Offers familiar navigation for vim junkies.
- Desktop environment — provides a list of desktop environments available in Gentoo.
- Recommended applications — applications recommended for use in a graphical environment (X11, Wayland)
- Recommended tools — lists system-administration related tools recommended for use in a shell environment (terminal/console)