Multi Commander Reviews

Online reviews about Multi Commander

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Multi Commander is a more powerful alternative to Windows Explorer (Feb 4, 2013)

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2026749/review-multi-commander-is-a-more-powerful-alternative-to-windows-explorer.html

Multi-Commander, a multi-tabbed file manager for Windows (August 7, 2014)

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/multi-commander-review-download

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Much better than FreeCommander

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I've been using FreeCommander for sometime and I can't believe I did not come across this one.

Totally agree, just find out Multi Commander thanks to your comment and it seems better than FreeCommander: 64bits, FTP, loads of options...

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Impressive for a free project

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I've been looking for this kind of tool for ages ! It has everything I wanted :

  • dual pane w/ tabs
  • heavily keyboard oriented (shortcuts + command field)
  • active project
  • custom shortcuts
  • plugins (API is still not public but it will be)
  • fast startup
  • portable version available
  • stable enough for daily use (no crash until now)

The only thing I could regret is to be only available on Windows, but all other advantages are worth using differents file managers on my various OSes.

[Edited by sfonteneau, June 25]

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Impressing and efficient file manager

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I'm using file managers for ages. Mainly those with two-pane layout cause it's the most convenient for me. So far Multi Commander is the only one (freeware) that does not make me mad after few weeks of using. Although it's still in active development (with stable releases) it has many well build features. Lot's of configuration options that help to customize looks and behavior of MC. It speeds up my work with files. I can recommend it to everyone looking for a freeware file manager.

I was comparing MC to other file managers I was using in past few years: Ac Browser Plus (full version, unfortunately discontinue), Total Commander (trial...), Unreal Commander, NexusFile, Alt Commander, Double Explorer, CubicExplorer, FreeCommander, FileAnt, Gekko Commander, Nomad.NET and probably few others I don't remember.

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