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    Re: To Nautilus or not to Nautilus : Ain’t Nautilus too slow? (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Friday, November 16 @ 00:58:58 GMT

    i used to always bat back and forth between GMC & Nautilus. i was a big GNOME guy. eventually i just got so tired of how graphical and memory-leaky it’s become. this is Debian, not MacOS X!!! 🙂 anyways, i eventually settled on a little-known Motif FM called Xplore (based on XFM and others). it does everything i need and it looks nice and it’s fast. so, no more of the crashes from Nautilus or the weird search boxes and “take-over-desktop” stuff from GMC. i’ve settled on MWM, RXVT and Xplore.

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