This is the second in series of your posts
in which you are asking for a drop in replacements for GUI applications you are used to in Windows environment. While any of BSDs will make a wonderful desktop OS in the hands of skillful developer/system-admin they are nor replacement for a general population OS. You are setting up yourself for a failure, disappointment, possibly even worse (frustration). I would kindly advise you to look elsewhere for your desktop OS replacement. While it is true that you don't have to know how the car works to drive this is not quite the same with BSDs. Think of them more like airplanes. While pilots in general don't know how to build one they must be very familiar how they work before they take up the skies. Any pilot who takes off with Boing 747 without personally inspecting ruder or landing gear is a fool.
Other OSs and Distros (Windows, OS-X, Ubuntu, formerly PC-BSD) are purposely developed to cater users who want to use an OS but have no interests in knowing how the particular OS works.
FreeBSD is not one of them.
I know that some senior members of the community will disagree with my post but I honestly thing that we are doing disservice to people pretending that what I just said is not true. While it is possible even for a user with zero computer skills like my wife and kids to use BSDs as desktop OS (my kids until first grade have not seeing the desktop which was not running OpenBSD) that is only possibly with professional support (in the case of my family provided for free by me). IMHO ports like K3b, Filezilla have no other purpose but to enable people like me to recreate that fool proof environment for general population.
I would also argue that FreeBSD community is not in loss for turning people like OP away. Although it is true that many of us have started just as a users, becoming power users, professionals, and developers most of us have a common thread that we are very curios and came with the desire to learn how the things work under the hood.