Migrated happily from OSX 18 months ago but there is one feature I haven't yet replicated.
OSX has 'open windows again on next login' or whatever its called - I mostly want the same but only for the file manager.
I'm using Manjaro Gnome and am happy enough with Gnome Files, but it's a pain to re-open all the folders I need for work every day. I don't necessarily want Files to re-open them either.
What I ended up with in OSX was Cocoatech's Pathfinder, it remembers which windows were open between launches and additionally allows you to save sets of windows - handy when switching projects. So a second file manager would be quite workable I think.
But do any Linux file managers remember state between launches?
(I used Sunflower on Ubuntu, which IIRC does, but that is not really up to date with manjaro.)