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Top 4 Finder alternatives for Mac OS. Which File Manager to pick?

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File managers used to be the most common utility back in the 90s. I used to think that my typical workflow of using Windows 95/98 back then could not be complete without a File Manager.

Think about it. It all started with the MS-DOS era. Most of the people got used to having a Norton Commander or DOS Navigator.

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Dmitry Yarygin

Dmitry Yarygin

Nomad lifestyle writer. Passionate about breaking software— QA Engineer. My Travel & Tech YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/nomadicdmitry

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