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Download of the Week: Total Commander

By Jos
Jun 26, 2009
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  1. Windows Explorer is a good-enough solution for most people who need simple file management functionality on Windows. However, if you’re any sort of power user, you’ve probably bumped up against some of its limitations. There are a number of free and paid alternatives that pack features Microsoft’s default file manager sorely lacks, but you’d be hard-pressed finding one that can beat the feature set Total Commander has to offer.

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  2. DarienFenn

    DarienFenn TS Rookie

    The $38 you pay for this program also gets you free upgrades for life. But even if somewhere down the road Ghisler changes his mind, I'd pay for upgrades without a blink. Consider: I've used this program for years and it has never crashed, it's feature set is remarkable and always expanding, it's blazingly fast, intuitive and highly customizable. I use TC more than any other program I own -- easily the finest piece of software on any of my computers. Worth every penny.
  3. ravisunny2

    ravisunny2 TS Ambassador Posts: 2,057   +8

    Could you suggest a freeware alternative ?
  4. Jos

    Jos TechSpot Staff Topic Starter Posts: 2,078   +64 Staff Member

  5. ravisunny2

    ravisunny2 TS Ambassador Posts: 2,057   +8

    Oops

    Sorry, I missed them completely.

    I was feeling a little stressed out.

    Overloaded by my kids' holiday projects.:blackeye:
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