Moroshka File Manager
By Moroshka Group
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Moroshka File Manager is the classic 2-windows file manager focused on elegant user interface, usability and sets of unique features:
- Files are presented in views, may be quickly sorted and filtered. Brief mode simplify the presentation the content of folders.
- All operations are may be performed by keyboard which speeds up the file management.
- Build-in text viewer provides support of Windows and UTF8 text encoding.
- Powerful 7zip engine used for management files and archives.
- FTP protocol is supported.
- Multi-tabbed interface allows to keep all used folders on the distance of single mouse click!
- Ability to define and jump to bookmarks for folders keeps makes the navigation by file system faster
- File preview allows to display the images, videos and audio files.
- Directry information function performs calculation size and occupied space of directory or selected set of files.
- Ability to copy files from/to Finder using Copy/Paste commands improves Finder navigation
Absolutley terrible for a file manager
This program hardly manages anything. It reminds me of the old file manager of windows 3.1 back in the early 90's. Basically all it does is display the contents of a folder. Take a hard look at where programs are headed these days on almost all platforms. Menu's are being integrated with the mouse or a context menu. Who wants to browse through menu pulldowns to find a command or press a key on the keyboard… no one. Unless it is a special user defined function the keyboard becomes useful.
It is really sad that Apple can't come up with a descent file manager to replace Finder. The default finder program in OSX is just one step up from this program I am reviewing.
Obvious stuff simply isn't working
Guys, it's a nice start but more stuff that should be working simply isn't. I have high hopes for this being a pretty good file manager but you need to get the basics solid. One example, clicking or double clicking on a directory should then open that directory so we can work in that directory. That simply didn't work. It appears this is based on an open source file manager that works solidly on these basic operations so, nice start but the basics should be there.
Does its job, but crashes often
This is an ok app for basic functionality, but using FTP causes it to crash every time the connection times out. Also, the scrolling is messed up where I'll scroll down in a long list of files, click to select something, and it jumps way up and selects an entirely different file. Giving it 3 stars just because it's free and it kinda works.