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KDE's dolphin for Windows [closed]

KDE's dolphin for Windows [closed]

I like using KDE's Dolphin on Linux. Two important things that it can do are:

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Guest [Entry]

Total Commander, the Jesus Tool of File Managers.
Guest [Entry]

I use FileZilla. It does exactly what you need it to.
Guest [Entry]

"SpeedCommander

SpeedCommander is a comfortable file manager. It builds on the proven two window technology and offers a multitude of exclusive features. Sort, copy, move or delete your files either using the keyboard or the mouse."
Guest [Entry]

"xplorer² and Total Commander are able to do what you want. However, both will cost you money.

FreeCommander is a free file manager replacement with FTP and split screen support. KDE on Windows may also work."
Guest [Entry]

There's Dolphin for Windows. It the file manager I use on my Windows 7. I must admit it doesn't work as well on Windows as it does in Linux.