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Multi Commander v9.0.0.2532 32bit
Multi Commander v9.0.0.2532 32bit Multi Commander is a multi-tabbed file manager and is an alternative to the standard Windows Explorer. It uses the very popular and efficient dual-panel layout. Multi Commander has everything you need in your daily work with files to increase your speed and efficiency. It has all the standard features that any file manager has, like copy, move, rename, view. But Multi Commander's big strengths are the special features that allow you to accomplish advanced tasks with ease. Tasks such as Auto-unpacking; Auto-sorting; Browsing inside archives; Editing the Windows Registry and accessing FTP; Searching for and Viewing files and pictures. There is also powerful, built-in Scripting support that allows you automate many tasks and expand its functionality. It allows you to do everything from the keyboard using shortcuts so that you can work quickly and efficiently. Fast & Efficient File Management Dual pane tabbed interface. Work with multiple folders open. Caching that enable fast file browsing. Easily handle folders with many thousands of files. Browse with ease. Show files in Detailed, List, or Thumbnail modes. Use powerful filters to limit what you want to view. Background work for all tasks that take time to finish, allowing you to continue working without interruption. Fast Operation. Use the mouse and drag & drop or use quick keyboard commands for all tasks. Remember all your selections when you return from browsing another location in the filesystem. Browse archives (Zip, 7-Zip, Rar, Tar, gz, bz2 ) Powerful and flexible file search. View and change file permissions. Take ownership of files. Customizable & Extensible Customize layout and colors to ...
5/5 1,168 Jul 30, 2019
Mathias Svensson
Multi Commander v9.0.0.2532 64bit
Multi Commander v9.0.0.2532 64bit Multi Commander is a multi-tabbed file manager and is an alternative to the standard Windows Explorer. It uses the very popular and efficient dual-panel layout. Multi Commander has everything you need in your daily work with files to increase your speed and efficiency. It has all the standard features that any file manager has, like copy, move, rename, view. But Multi Commander's big strengths are the special features that allow you to accomplish advanced tasks with ease. Tasks such as Auto-unpacking; Auto-sorting; Browsing inside archives; Editing the Windows Registry and accessing FTP; Searching for and Viewing files and pictures. There is also powerful, built-in Scripting support that allows you automate many tasks and expand its functionality. It allows you to do everything from the keyboard using shortcuts so that you can work quickly and efficiently. Fast & Efficient File Management Dual pane tabbed interface. Work with multiple folders open. Caching that enable fast file browsing. Easily handle folders with many thousands of files. Browse with ease. Show files in Detailed, List, or Thumbnail modes. Use powerful filters to limit what you want to view. Background work for all tasks that take time to finish, allowing you to continue working without interruption. Fast Operation. Use the mouse and drag & drop or use quick keyboard commands for all tasks. Remember all your selections when you return from browsing another location in the filesystem. Browse archives (Zip, 7-Zip, Rar, Tar, gz, bz2 ) Powerful and flexible file search. View and change file permissions. Take ownership of files. Customizable & Extensible Customize layout and colors to ...
5/5 1,345 Jul 30, 2019
Mathias Svensson
   
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