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An article at LinuxInsider by Jack M. Germain:
As a file manager, Gnome Commander has the look and feel of early workhorses like Norton Commander and Midnight Commander. Among its many talents, Gnome Commander is a life-saver when it comes to synchronizing files. Something I wish were available in more apps I use is the ability to do advanced renaming of files, and GC does this with support for various types of meta-data.
Read more Gnome Commander Whips Files Into Shape at LinuxInsider.
An article at Linux.com by Michael M. Murphree, testing, comparing and reviewing a lot of different file managers for Linux systems. About GNOME Commander he writes:
GNOME Commander offers a much smaller footprint and a more polished GUI than do FileRunner and gentoo. It provides the more typical tool bar and menu system, in addition to mapping buttons to each function key. It also provides a command history, capacity for multiple predefined FTP sessions, and file search. The most interesting feature that I found was the advanced rename tool, which allows you to quickly rename multiple files using regular expressions, counters, and case matching. I was disappointed that the user manual did not install properly, particularly since key combinations did not match those for Midnight Commander. It still struck me a a compact, polished file manager, especially suitable for those running the GNOME desktop.
Read the full article File managers For Linux at Linux.com.
Survey on the best file managers by Mayank Sharma at techradar.com:
Thanks to the GnomeVFS virtual filesystem, GCMD can connect to Samba and NFS shares, and transfer files over FTP and SSH. Also helpful are the quick access device buttons. GCMD seems to be big on using metadata attached with files. It has a comprehensive bulk file rename utility that can use the metadata attached with the file ...
Read the full article 6 Best Orthodox File Managers for Linux at techradar.com.
Survey on the file managers by Jack Wallen at TechRepublic:
Gnome Commander is the GTK+ version of the venerable Midnight Commander file manager. Gnome Commander is a split-pane file manager that offers all of the features of Midnight Commander with the added convenience of a GUI interface. Along with the GUI interface comes the ease of network transparency ...
Read the full article 10 Linux file managers worth checking out at TechRepublic.
There is a page comparing file managers at wikipedia.org, where GCMD also is mentioned. The Comparison of file managers has a lot of tables comparing features of quite a number of filemanagers.
See the GNOME Commander wikipedia page, our users are of course very welcome to edit the GNOME Commander page at wikipedia.
Yet another page comparing file managers at Tech Source.