Q-Dir Alternatives for Mac
Q-Dir is not available for Mac but there are plenty of alternatives that runs on macOS with similar functionality. The most popular Mac alternative is Double Commander, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 50 alternatives to Q-Dir and 18 are available for Mac so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Mac alternatives to Q-Dir are Midnight Commander (Free, Open Source), Thunar (Free, Open Source), Forklift (Paid) and fman (Freemium).
- Total Commander-inspired file manager that features two side-by-side panels for navigation.
- Visual, text-mode file manager that works in consoles, over SSH and via remote shells.
- Thunar is a new modern file manager for the Xfce Desktop Environment. Thunar has been designed from the ground up to be fast and easy-to-use.
- ForkLift is designed to be the fastest, most powerful file manager for the Mac. Connect to FTP or SFTP servers, manage your Amazon S3 account or your mobile devices over Bluetooth.
- Brings features from Sublime Text to the file manager niche.Features:• A user interface similar to ST,• Ctrl/Cmd+P for jumping to any directory
- The Finder is the default file manager and graphical user interface shell used on all Macintosh operating systems.
- muCommander is a lightweight, cross-platform file manager with a dual-pane interface. It runs on any operating system with Java support (Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, *BSD, Solaris...).
- TotalFinder works like the normal Finder but adds tabs, dual panel, colored labels and other features.
- Krusader is an advanced twin panel (commander style) file manager for KDE Plasma and other desktops in the *nix world.
- JumpFm is a minimalistic dual panel file manager (currently released only for Windows, Mac, and Linux) that lets you navigate your file system very efficiently.