Total Commander

What is Total Commander?

Total Commander is an Orthodox File Manager for Windows, Windows CE, Windows Mobile, and Android. This application was written by Christian Ghisler from Switzerland. The program is available in 16, 32, and 64-bit versions for the various versions of Windows, but is most compatible with Linux.

Some of its features include a built-in FTP client, a tabbed interface, file comparing, archive save navigation, as well as a versatile rename tool with regular expression support. It is extensible by programmers via an open plug-in API. It also has the ability to bind external programs for viewing or editing files. Plug-ins are freely available for different packer formats, or file viewer for special file formats. A large variety of internal functions and commands are also available and ready to assign to icons. Total Commander can be made portable through a special installer for USB and U3 disks. The Windows version is shareware. Users can download it for free and use it indefinitely, but should register and delete it within 30 days. Just like Windows Explorer, it can copy, move, or delete files. Total Commander can also pack and unpack files, and access FTP services.

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File types supported by Total Commander

Our users primarily use Total Commander to open these file types:

About file types supported by Total Commander

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