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Total Commander

Total Commander is a Shareware file manager for Windows

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  • Developed byChristian Ghisler
  • LicensingProprietary and Freemium product.
  • PricingOne time purchase (perpetual license) that cost about $44.
  • RatingAverage rating of 4.2 (32 ratings)
  • Alternatives164 alternatives listed

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  • English
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  • Russian

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Our users have written 44 comments and reviews about Total Commander, and it has gotten 839 likes

Total Commander was added to AlternativeTo by joeyvandijk on and this page was last updated . Total Commander is sometimes referred to as TC.

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martinv
  
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One of my must-have applications on any computer I use. Without Total Commander I feel like without the right hand.

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leo007
  
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One of my top essential program that i use all the time. The more you dive into its features the more irreplaceable it becomes. worth each paid penny and much more.

[+] Rich of Feature: Built in Multi Rename, File Sync, Compare Directory, Search Tool, FTP, etc.... [+] Highly customizable [+] Big community [+] Lot of plugins that boost its Functionality [+] Portable version

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Maeldun
  
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Well, I used to think this was the bee's knees, and looked down upon people who still use Win Explorer for their file management needs.

TC is miles away from using the windows default.

But truth is, Directory Opus is pretty much the same number of miles away from TC. Too bad I've gotten so used to using it, because the transition would now be easier.

Look up some tutorials on that to see what you can do with DOpus to see what I'm talking about.

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phersh

A single DOPUS Pro license with ssh and usb export support costs $110 US. Wow!

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TBayAreaPat
  
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Latest release 9/1/22 Total Commander is listed as a Freemium, but somehow I get the feeling that they want to aggressively pursue payment. Could it be the Credit Card Logos emblazoned on the Splash Screen? mm.. Could be :-) One month trial.

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billdehaan
  
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I've been using Total Command literally for decades now. It and Take Command are the first two things that I install on any of my PCs.

Fortunately, both have freeware workalikes (Double Commander and TCC/LE) that can be installed on lab machines or the like without violating licence violations.

There are so many features that I've been using for so many years that it's almost impossible to list them all. And where something is missing, someone has usually written a plugin for it.

Do you want to view your MP3 directories sorted by bitrate? Do you want to look at a directory of 18,000 MP3 files and see only the 320Kb files, sorted by album artist? TC can do that. Do you want to automatically see thumbnails in directories that have .JPG or .PNG files? TC can do that.

While there are hundreds of cool features like that for specific events, TC is also great at the basics. As a simple dual pane file manager, it does everything a user would want with respect to deleting, sorting, marking, and copying between directories.

For anyone considering it, I'd recommend looking at Double Commander first, since it does about 80% of what TC does. TC is more polished, and has some high end features that DC lacks, but for a lot of people, DC will be more than enough. But for those who want more, TC is there.

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city_zen
  
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An awesome file manager. It increases my productivity maybe tenfold

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pino76
  
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I'm sure this was popular back in 1993. It's 2022 now!

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  • File Manager
  • file-attributes
  • FTP
  • FTP Client
  • find-files
  • Document Reader
  • text-compare
  • File Copy

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