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Eagle Mode is a general, zoomable user interface, consisting of a framework and plugin applications. It aims to make computing faster, easier, and more exciting, but it requires some practice by the user. The most important plugin is the advanced file manager, which allows you to browse directories and quickly organize files and archives through a rich and highly customizable set of commands. Further plugins allow you to view text and image files, browse archive files, and play back audio and video files.
released on 18 June 2008
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