Contains links to file managers that match the Orthodox File Manager characteristics. Namely, the two-pane view, Norton Commander-compatible keyboard shortcuts, and a built-in command line.
A lightweight fully shell integrated dual-pane explorer replacement, focusing on everyday usability. Features: Internal text editor, and RTF/HEX viewer, automatic building of batch files, with numerous other attributes. Compatible with all 32-bit windows platforms.
Dual-panel file manager. Features include folder synchronization, image previewer, file splitting. Shareware. [Windows 95/98/ME/NT 4/2000/XP]
AB Commander LITE
Lightweight version of Winability's file manager. Freeware. [Windows 95/98/ME/NT 4/2000/XP]
FAR is a text-mode shell for Windows 9x/NT/2000 that replaces Norton Commander. Supports network browsing, FTP, archives, NTFS, long file names.
Handles compressed archives, FTP, built in file viewers, context sensitive text editor, wildcard file selection and search, multi-threaded, multi language. Shareware from Helmsman.
Advanced file manager with built in FTP, archive client and image viewer. Supports both dual pane and tree view layout. Highly configurable, evaluation version is available for download. [Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP]
Two-pane file manager for 32-bit Windows. Features include Find Files, small size, drag and drop, context menus, and UNC path support.
Former Windows Commander, a shareware 16 and 32 bit Explorer replacement for Windows, with enhanced search function, Built-in FTP client with FXP (server to server) and HTTP proxy support, and supports long filenames.
File manager with similar functionality to that of Norton Commander.
Last update:January 2, 2007 at 19:57:18 UTC