FreeCommander: A Cool Dual Pane, Lightweight File Manager For Windows

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Here’s how install and use FreeCommander: A Cool Dual Pane, Lightweight File Manager For Windows –

1. Go to freecommander.com/fc_downl_en.htm and click on ‘fc_setup_.zip’ to download the file.

FreeCommander: A Cool Dual Pane, Lightweight File Manager For Windows

2. Extract the ‘fc_setup.exe’ from the saved ‘fc_setup_.zip’ archive and execute it. Install ‘FreeCommander’ like any standard Windows application.

FreeCommander: A Cool Dual Pane, Lightweight File Manager For Windows

3. After the installation is complete, double click the ‘FreeCommander’ icon on the desktop to start the application.

FreeCommander: A Cool Dual Pane, Lightweight File Manager For Windows

4. Enjoy easy file management with FreeCommander. This file manager is especially useful while transferring files between different folders/drives.

FreeCommander: A Cool Dual Pane, Lightweight File Manager For Windows

Other benefits of this file manager are –

  •     Dual-panel technology – horizontal and vertical
  •     Tabbed interface
  •     Optional tree view for each panel
  •     Built in file viewer to view files in hex, binary, text or image format
  •     File viewer inside archives too
  •     Built in archive handling: ZIP (read, write), CAB (read, write), RAR (read)
  •     Nested archive handling
  •     Built in FTP client
  •     Easy access to system folders, control panel, desktop and start menu
  •     Copy, move, delete, rename files and folders
  •     Multi rename tool
  •     Wipe files
  •     Create and verify MD5 checksums
  •     File splitting
  •     File properties and context menu
  •     Calculation of folder size
  •     Folder comparison / synchronization
  •     Modification of file date and attributes
  •     Folder / program favorites
  •     File searching (inside archive too)
  •     File filters for display
  •     User defined columns for detailed view
  •     DOS command line
  •     Multiple language  support

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