Multi Commander

Multi Commander

5 stars

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portable Portable

advanced file manager Multi Commander is an advanced file manager that can be used in dual or single panel mode. In addition to the standard file management features, the program offers a vast array of advanced options that allow you to manage, filter and manipulate your files in many different ways. The program takes a little getting used to, most commands are available from buttons and menus rather than right click options, and some configuration options are available from a tab, others from separate dialogs. Once you get over these little oddities, Multi Commander has much to offer. It is highly customizable, you can create your own command buttons, choose from different interface layouts, create user defined commands, customize menu options and much more. Some of the more advanced features include file renaming, image conversion, EXIF and meta tag extraction, file date adjustments, one-click file filtering, text conversions, folder comparison, and lots of other things. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Mathias Svensson Price Free
Version  history Last updated Jun 17, 2024
File Size 9.75 Mb Requirements None

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Based on 7 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Maybe the best 2-pane ui 5 stars by henerey773 Sep 05, 2016 (Read all my 37 reviews)
On first use, VERY VERY nice 2-pane explorer replacement. I've tried many, and the first things I look for are two abilities: toggle the list/details font SIZE Up for my 1920w monitor and old eyes. CHECK! And then, I like to mix list/details Folder names and File names (instead of separate at top-bottom). CHECK! These are both in Config/ExplorerPanel/Settings/Display. I also like the multitude of handy Buttons along the bottom, Calculate Folder Size(s) right at the top of the Tools menu, and alternate color striping in list/details view. It looks like a keeper! show Review details
Free and great! recommended! 5 stars by planax88863 Jul 18, 2016
I'm using MultiCommander 64 bit on Windows Server 2012 R2. It's great, and I've had no problems so far. I decided to use it because Total Commander, which was the default choice, is expensive when you start having more servers to maintain. The UI is also fairly simple, but I would love to have a bit more meaningful icons. No big deal anyway. This software does exactly the same thing, for free, no "Premium Only" crap, just install and use. Thank you guys! show Review details
Excellent replacement for windows explorer 4 stars by Nelson-Carvalho Apr 11, 2016 (Read all my 13 reviews)
MC has several features more than Windows Explorer. All of them very useful, practical and easy to access. show Review details
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