Q-Dir Reviews

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I've tried several alternatives to Total Commander from this site, and I was using Free Commander so far. I loved Free Commander but got annoyed with its constant freezing on my Windows 10. I decided to give Q-dir a chance (got intrigued by 4 panel view) and instantly fell in love. Also, x64 installer is only 1,72 MB in size, are you kidding me??? It has all kinds of modes to see your 1-4 panels and you can change between them seamlessly, which is exactly what I was looking for. I didn't see that in any other explorer app and I can't wait to discover all things that this app does. I just started using it and I am still playing with all the possibilities, but I am very impressed with this little program. Highly recommended.

[Edited by drazenosijek, December 01]

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The best file manager among the lightweight explorer replacements.

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Extremely lightweight and damn fast. Supports multi-pane split windows, tabs, picture preview, favorites, quick-links, and many more stuff. Highly customizable. By far the best file manager among the lightweight explorer replacements. Strongly recommended.

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Great application. I dont have to remember which folders I had open, I dont have to go through explorer and traverse as much as before. Helps with productivity!

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A true power user's tool

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IMO, Q-dir is the best file manager [for Windows] for power users and professionals. The interface is highly, easily, and quickly changed between different split view configurations, and many power user options are available from menu and hot-key shortcuts.

I keep the portable version on my flash drive, because working on PC's without q-dir is nearly painful.

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Strongly recommended.

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It has color filters, tree view, lots of shortcut buttons, easy interface.
The individual panes have all the features from explorer. (context menu, icons, grouping, sorting, filter etc.)
Also strongly recommended.

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I've used Q-Dir for several years due it's 4-directory view and ability to save folder configs. I never found another file manager that could do that. Feature-wise you can't fault it. When it comes to the UI, however, the kindest word to describe it would be functional.

Unfortunately, Windows Defender keeps flagging its exe as containing malware of late, which is very annoying. And since it doesn't run on Mac, it doesn't quite fulfil all my file manager needs.

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Lots of features, I really like the resizable and tabbed panes, all packed into a small footprint...shame it sporadically crashes and hangs my system (tried in XP and Win7). Had to use another app,

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