Krusader is an advanced orthodox file manager for KDE and other Unix/Linux environment similar to GNOME or Midnight Commander for Linux or Total Commander for Windows. Krusader is developed by the Krusader Krew and is published under GNU General Public License. Krusader's user interface is based on orthodox file manager which has two windows called panels where either one of the panel is active and the other is inactive.
Main features of Krusader File Manager
Extensive archive handling
Mounted file system support
File transfer with FTP
Advance search modules
Internal viewer and Editor
File content comparisons
Powerful batch renaming
File encryption and decryption
Built in disk usage tool etc.
Supporting a wide variety of archive formats, Krusader file manager is highly customizable, user friendly and have a pleasant look.
Installing Krusader on various Linux Distributions
Debian, Ubuntu, Mepis
apt-get install krusader
yum install krusader
You can download the stable and beta version of Krusader file manager get-krusader.
Download krusader documentation pdf file
Krusader has a detailed documentation and you can download the pdf documentation here.