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Thumbs up File Explorer FX is the best

After reading everyone's comments, I tried each manager plus others. File Explorer FX was the best.
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X-plorer is my file explorer now. I just wish they had the drag-and-drop feature.
I'd pay good money to have a file explorer just like the one on Windows.
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Default TotalCommander

For me TotalCommander is the best file manager. For a long time I am using two window file manager also on my regular PCs. Moving files around can't get any easier. It offers drag&drop, dealing with zip files, built-in text editor, bookmarks, yadayadayada .... TotalCommander also has a bunch of extensions to help with LAN connections, FTP, WebDAV and more. For instance, my ownCloud system is connected via WebDAV.

For me, TotalCommander is the one-stop solution for everything file related. Maybe some of you would like to give it a try.
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Default Re: File manager for TF700

I agree about Total Commander, but I think that Solid Explorer is even more flexible and powerful.

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