Total Commander

Total Commander 9.51

Navigate through the files, folders, and archives in a double window mode
Browse and manage your Windows file system via a split-screen interface to operate two file trees at once - move up and down through the two lists of multiple folders and drill down to sub-levels and files; drag-and-drop them from one list to another to move or copy files between locations. Navigate, view and extract archives of various formats: ZIP, 7ZIP, ARJ, LZH, RAR, etc.

Total Commander is a file manager for Windows. It can copy, move or delete files, pack and unpack files, access ftp servers or compare files by content. It's an alternative to your Windows file browsing and comes with a very simple to use dual-screen navigation that helps you better manage your files.

The new version of Total Commander comes with several new functions. You now have the possibility to set font quality, unzip internal 7zip packs and set the width in binary mode to 8, 16, 24 or 32 bytes. Moreover, it supports touchscreen scrolling and text selection. Also, the "Next text file" supports the same placeholders as the multi-rename tool and can now work in archives, on FTP servers, and with file system plugins.

The improvements on features are rich and various. There is an enhanced search function, a quick view panel with bitmap display and even a password manager for ftp and plugins. The archive can handle ZIP, ARJ, LZH, RAR, UC2, TAR, GZ, CAB, ACE formats and Windows 64 bit users can now enjoy a context menu.

In conclusion, this new release brings an impressive amount of new features and functions into the world of File Managers. Because no prior experience is needed the absolute beginners are welcome to try it, and the experts to become more addicted to it.

John Saunders
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Review summary

Pros

  • Has multiple language support
  • Possibility to test archives
  • Supports Drag&Drop

Cons

  • The price is high
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