Total Commander is a Windows file manager and possible Windows Explorer replacement produced by Swiss company Ghisler Software. It comes bundled with many extra features which go above and beyond what a file manager normally does, namely also serving as an FTP manager/client, a great idea for those whose job requires them to keep up with file versions on remote servers. Total Commander also includes file comparison tool, handy for quickly knowing which version of a file is current in whatever project you may be working on.
Commander features tabbed-browsing, extensive sorting and comparison tools and a strong hand at moving and organizing files and folders.
What file manager would be complete without support for archives? Total Commander takes care of that with support for ZIP, RAR, TAR, GZ, ACE files and more. It even features a full-text search engine and supports 40 languages.
Version 7.56 introduces a feature that is standard in Windows XP and above and that is running executable files as an administrator, handy if you're normally logged in as a non-admin user.
This is a shareware version which runs for 30-days, after which you should register to obtain a registration code. Finally, users can access a ton of various plugins at totalcmd.net.
From Ghisler Software GmbH:Total Commander download is a file manager replacement for Windows. Features: Drag&Drop from and to explorer/desktop. Packer shell for ZIP/ARJ/LHA/RAR/UC2/TAR/GZ/CAB/ACE. Command line, full text search also in packed files, button bar. Supports over 40 languages.Total Commander 8.50
is licensed as Shareware
for the Windows operating system / platform and can be used as a free trial until the trial period ends. Total Commander is available to all software users as a free download (Shareware) with potential restrictions and is not necessarily the download of the full version.
Total Commander Virus and Malware Tests:
For security reasons, you should also check out the Total Commander virus and malware test
that has been uploaded; additional Total Commander screenshots may be available, too.