Wednesday 31 May 2023

FreeCommander : Alternative file management solution


FreeCommander is an easy-to-use alternative to the standard Windows file manager. The program helps you with your daily work in windows. You will find all the necessary functions to manage your data inventory. 


  • Dual panel technology – horizontal and vertical.
  • Tabbed interface.
  • Full desktop access.
  • Optional tree view for each panel.
  • Built-in file viewer to view files in hex, binary, text or image format.
  • View files and view thumbnails within files as well.
  • Built-in file handling: ZIP (read, write)
  • Handling nested files.
  • Plugins for other archive (RAR, 7z,)
  • Simple view – unstructured view for files and folders.
  • Connected browsing.
  • Easy access to system folders, control panel, desktop and start menu.
  • Copy, move, delete, rename files and folders (alternatively as a Windows function or FreeCommander)
  • Drag and drop file support.
  • Search files (and within the file).
  • Search for duplicates.
  • Generate and verify MD5 and SHA checksum
  • Wipe files.
  • Multi-rename tool.
  • Paths longer than 255 characters.
  • File properties and context menu.
  • Folder size calculation.
  • Folder comparison.
  • Folder synchronization.
  • Modify the date and file attributes.
  • Folder / Program Favorites.
  • File filters for view and file functions.
  • User defined columns for detailed views
  • Automatic views.
  • Simple FTP/SFTP client (64 bit SFTP only)
  • Access to mobile devices (eg smartphones, tablets).
  • DOS command line.
  • Quick view.
  • Quick search.
  • Quick start.
  • Desktop screenshots.
  • Keyboard shortcuts.
  • Multilingual support.

Download the FreeCommander app
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