Total Commander is an excellent file manager application that offers plenty of neat ways to organize files and directories both locally and online.It offers multiple language support, search, file comparison, directory synchronization, quick view panel with bitmap display. Also ZIP, ARJ, LZH, RAR, UC2, TAR, GZ, CAB, ACE archive handling plus plugins, built-in FTP client with FXP, HTTP proxy support, and more.
Total Commander is by far one of the best file managers out there. The only experience needed before using the application is pure basic computer navigation knowledge, being accessible to beginners and experts alike. It barely takes up any resources, providing all you ask for in return.
Total Commander doesn’t have what we could describe as an eye-catching design. In fact, it looks pretty dull. It does, however, support three possible views (Full, Brief and Tree) and also uses a double-pane interface, which seem to be quite a common characteristic among other alternative file managers.
Due to its many advanced features, it will be mostly useful for advanced users like web designers, software developers, programmers, and all other users who need to upload and download their files to/from remote servers.
Total Commander 9 Key Features:
Two file windows side by side
Parallel port link, multi-rename tool
Unicode names almost everywhere, long names (>259 characters)