MALsPa wrote:It doesn't matter; it's easy enough to install whatever file manager you prefer to use. I always go with Dolphin, regardless of the desktop environment.
It depends on which auditory you target. I do believe that things should be simple out of box. And stable flexible file manager with optional tabs support will be a good welcome for ex-Windows users. First of all because it supports "Open parent folder", secondly - because it is stable and thirdly because it is better than Nautilus in current state.
Nautilus with a toolbar
I have nothings to say against Nautilus2 (Caja), it's not bad at all, still CInnamon uses Nau3