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Freeware (Free)
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6.66 MB
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2949
Platform:
Windows (All Versions)
Publisher:
Mathias Svensson(more)
FindMySoft Editor's Review
Multi Commander – Useful File Manager
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Mathias Svensson’s Multi Commander is meant to provide an alternative to Windows users who no longer want to use Windows Explorer, the file manager Microsoft built into its operating system. Multi Commander presents you with a dual-pane window and with all the tools you need to efficiently manage all your data. With the help of this free application, you will be able to get things done faster, and that’s always a nice thing.

The multi-tabbed file manager is available for 32 and 64-bit editions of the Windows operating system. The installation file for 32-bit Windows editions weighs in at 4.7MB; the one for 64-bit Windows editions is just slightly larger than that. When you run the Multi Commander installation file, a setup wizard shows up and guides you through the installation process. It’s a very simple process – a few mouse clicks and you’re done.

When you launch Multi Commander for the first time, you are invited to pick one of several supported languages (Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Swedish) and you are asked to choose the kind of look and feel you want to use. By default the application uses the Commander Styled Look’n’Feel which is optimized for keyboard usage; mouse actions when using this style differ from how Windows Explorer works (right click to select a file, double right click to view the context menu, for example). If you don’t want to go with Commander Styled Look’n’Feel, you can pick the Windows Explorer Compatibility Look’n’Feel (comes with the same shortcuts and mouse button configurations as Windows Explorer) or you can set up a customized style (pick from multiple look’n’feel profiles).

The interface is typical of what you would expect from a dual-pane file manager. You have two panes you can use to navigate your drives and manage your data, you have useful buttons at the top as well as at the bottom, buttons you can use to easily access Multi Commander’s functionality and efficiently manage your data.

And speaking about functionality, everything you would expect from a file manager is provided by Multi Commander. Use the application to browse through your drives and find the files you want, use the search function to find those pesky files that you can’t find on your own, copy, move, delete the files you no longer need, archive the files you want to put away and save disk space, rename multiple files at once, and more.

A really handy Multi Commander feature is the button panel at the bottom. From this panel you can easily access your drives (or open drives in a new tab), you can select just mp3s or just images, you can select all files, you can launch the calculator, the Task Manager, and more. What’s even more exciting about the button panel is that you can set up customized buttons. For the purposes of testing this application, I set it up so that when I press a button, I am presented with a pic of the FindMySoft Logo.

All the functionality Multi Commander has to offer is provided free of charge for private, non-commercial use. So if you’re going to use Multi Commander at home for your personal file management needs, you won’t have to part with any of your hard earned money.

Multi Commander provides a very good alternative to Windows Explorer. You are very well advised to get this free, user friendly, and powerful file manager.

Pros
There’s a portable and a desktop version available for 32 and 64-bit Windows editions. Support for multiple languages is provided. You can pick between Commander Styled Look’n’Feel and Windows Explorer Compatibility Look’n’Feel; you can also set up a customized look’n’feel. The dual-pane interface is simple to figure out. There’s a handy button panel at the bottom on the application’s interface. Multi Commander is free for personal use.

Cons
None that I could think of.

You can download Multi Commander free here.
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Multi Commander Editor's Review Rating
Multi Commander has been reviewed by George Norman on 25 Jun 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Multi Commander 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential
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