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6. Astrological : ASTRO logical (as tro loj’ i k’l) adj.
A photographic telescope
I actually Emailed the Dev of Astro about this same question and here was his reply.
This is a bit outside ASTRO’s scope at the moment. Technically, ASTRO should work fine on files owned by root if it were run as a root process, but running applications as root is not advised in general. Someone really needs to create a sudo type command to let an individual application run as root.
FX File Explorer is a newer file manager comparatively speaking. It has all of the usual features. That includes various functions for your media and files, multi-window support, support for network storage like FTP, and even support for encrypted archived files. That’s a lot to take in, but FX Explorer basically does it all. You even get a text editor and its archive support works with less popular stuff like GZip, Bzip2, and 7zip. Best of all, it has no ads and it doesn’t track your devices. It’s a good choice for those switching away from ES File Explorer especially.
Total Commander is one of the more powerful and highly rated file manager apps. It has pretty much any feature you could ask for, including network storage support, cloud storage support, plugin support, bookmarks, and other tools such as an included text editor. This one is quickly becoming a favorite of many, even if the design isn’t as current as some would like. Nevertheless, it is entirely free with no in-app purchases and no advertising. Thus, it’s hard to be too critical of things like looks. Give it a shot!