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    Re: To Nautilus or not to Nautilus : Ain’t Nautilus too slow (Score: 3)
    by Anonymous on Monday, November 12 @ 22:56:36 GMT

    I really like Nautilus. It have many features I’ve never seen in a filemanager before, and I like most of them. The ability to put emblems on files and sort directories after emblems makes my mp3 collection much easier to browse. The news-tab have made my surfing much more efficient, because now I don’t need to visit 8 different pages five times a day. just to see if there’s any news.

    I have tested konqueror and didn’t like it. I think Nautilus is inventing, with new aproaches to different problems. Konqueror looked and felt just like a uglier clone of windows explorer (sorry konq-hackers)

    However, I must say speed is an issue. Nautilus 1.0.6 in sid is quite slow. I have a computer running woody and ximian-gnome, and Nautilus there is very snappy. Probably as fast as konqueror.

    Your Name: Anonymous [ New User ]



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