fman is a portable dual pane file manager primarily designed to be used with the keyboard.
On startup, you are offered to take a quick, 2-minute tour of the program, usually a good idea when trying out something new especially a program that wants you to use the keyboard over the mouse. CTRL-P, for example, is your GoTo dialogue. Once at the GoTodialouge, you can start typing to find folders. Another large keyboard shortcut is CTRL+SHIFT+P and that brings up the Command Palette. Command Palette is a searchable list of all the fman commands. If you don't see what you want right away, simply scroll down or type in what you're looking for.
Can't find what you want? fman also supports plugins from the community.
We like fmans black background, white text, and blue and white icons. Using the keyboard in a file manager might seem strange to some, it's great for us old school geeks or those who hate using trackpads, for example. fman swears that you'll be glad your not using the mouse once you get used to it. We have to agree. It's more intuitive than you might think.