Xfm is one of the classic X11 file managers because of its simplicity (it is comparatively small and fast and does not require any special GUI toolkit) and its powerful configuration options. It works particularly well with older/slower hardware running light window managers like (for example) fvwm or fluxbox.
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released on 3 September 2001
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