file management


ExplorerXP – added 5/10/2004

ExplorerXP provides a very fast, small, compact and innovative file manager for Windows 2000/XP. It allows you to view, edit, copy, move, rename and delete files and folders within a drag-and-drop interface.


freeCommander – added 4/4/2004

freeCommander could be one of the best and easy-to-use alternatives to the standard Windows file manager out there. The program helps you with daily work in Windows. Here you can find all the necessary functions to manage your data stock. You can take freeCommander anywhere – just copy the installation directory on a CD, USB-Stick or even a floppy disk – and you can even work with this program on a foreign computer.


Pablo Commander – added 3/20/2004

ablo Commander file manager has a mixture between Norton Commander and Windows Explorer, while maintaining as much of the standard Windows Shell functionality as possible. It also has an internal ftp engine as well.


Commander – added 11/7/2003

Commander, a free file management utility and image viewer has an effective split screen interface with two directory views or a directory view and a file viewer. The image viewer can launch MeeSoft Image Analyzer for editing images.


Xplorer² – added 6/9/2004

xplorer² which is the sequel to 2xExplorer, acts as a dual pane file manager. It has many new interesting features like column selection and “scrap” frames, which allow items from separate folders to be managed just like as if they were in the same folder.


XXCopy – added 4/19/2004

XXCopy fucntions as a command line file management solution, that provides a logical extension to XCOPY and adds many innovative features including file removal as well as search and list. It can preserver short-names during the copy process, making it ideal to clone a system disk which can be made bootable.


A43 File Management Utility – added 3/30/2004

A43 File Management Utility – the smallest standalone file manager with built-in zip compression and text editing. You can easily create or open zip files by simply dragging them onto an icon, or create self-extracting exe files in the same manner. In addition A43 allows you to keep a list of favorite folders and edit files via the built-in editor. The program comes with an attractive interface and does not require an installation.


AB Commander Lite – added 7/2/2003

AB Commander Lite offers a simple in use file manager and Explorer replacement. Offers dual-panel user interface, toolbar, command prompt, folder navigation tools, and more. Closely integrated with the Windows user interface, fully supports shell extensions. Highly customizable and user friendly.


JExplorer – added 6/27/2003

JExplorer provides a dual-panel file manager with integrated web browser, that provides many advanced features such as compressor/decompressor (ZIP, RAR, CAB and others), FTP file transfer, POP3 email monitor, MAPI mail sender, directory comparison, and Dial-up Networking support.


EF Commander Lite – added 2/11/2004

EF Commander gives you a file manager for the Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 desktop. If you’ve ever used and liked Norton Commander, you’ll like this dual-windowed program, which comes complete with bubble and online help.

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