Total Commander (former Wincmd) is an Explorer replacement for Windows. This is the 32 bit version for Windows 9x, ME, NT, 2000, and XP. A 16 bit version. Total Commander handles archives like subdirectories. It supports ZIP/ARJ/LHA/RAR/UC2/TAR/GZ/CAB/ACE archives, and has an internal ZIP-compatible packer. The search function allows to search for files inside archives, even for text. A command line helps starting programs with parameters, and a fully configurable button bar allows to launch programs and inter-nal commands. The built-in viewer can show files in text, hex, binary, image and multimedia format. The 32 bit version supports Drag&Drop from and to explorer/desktop, delete to the recycle bin, and Explorer style context menus/property sheets. FTP servers on the Internet can be accessed like local drives. A configurable directory hotlist (bookmarks) and history list make directory navigation easier. The sync function allows to synchronize two complete directory trees, and the compare function shows the difference of two binary or text files highlighted side by side. The new parallel port connection works between any combination of Windows 95/98/ME,
Windows NT 4, Windows 2000/XP, Windows 3.1 and even DOS through a separate server.
* Both 32 bit and 16 bit versions available!
* Long filenames in Windows 95/98 and Windows NT (16 and 32-bit version)!
* Direct access to Network Neighbourhood
* Supports Drag & Drop with Explorer/the Desktop etc.
* Command line for starting of programs with parameters, simply by typing the program name or by pressing CTRL+ENTER or CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER.
* Configurable button bar and Start menu (User-defined commands) to place your frequently used DOS or Windows programs into a drop-down menu. The actual directory and/or the file under the cursor can be delivered to the application.
* Configurable main menu.
* Built in file viewer (Lister) to view files of ANY SIZE in hex, binary or text format, using either the ASCII- (DOS) or the ANSI- (Windows) character set. The line width and font size can now be changed. You can even view files inside archives! New: Support for Unicode UTF-8 format.
* Bitmap viewer in Lister, additional formats through Irfanview (see addons).
* HTML- and Unicode-Viewer in Lister.
* Parallel port transfer function (direct cable connection), works between Win95/98/NT/2000/3.1 and DOS!
* Thumnbails view shows preview images in file lists.
* Custom columns view allow to show additional file details.
* Multi-rename tool to rename many files with specific rules, or by editing the names in a text editor
* Total Commander comes in the following languages: English, German, French, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, Spanish, Czech, Russian, Polish, Hungarian, and now also Hebrew, Greek, Afrikaans, Catalan, Turkish and Ukrainian!
* The help is available in English, German and French (separately).
* Extended copying, moving, renaming and deleting of entire trees (Enables deleting "full" directories).
* Compare files by content, now with built-in text editor.
* Synchronize directories (with subdirs), or a directory with a ZIP file.
* Encode/Decode files in UUE, XXE and MIME format.
* Split/Combine big files.
* Search for duplicate files.
* Show/select files with specific search pattern, size, date or contents.
* Restore selection as it was before the last file operation (NUM /).
* Enhanced search function with full text search in any files across multiple drives, even inside archives.
* Multi-rename tool: Allows to rename multiple files in one step (Hotkey: Ctrl+M)
* Overwrite dialog allows to show preview images and custom fields
* Work with Windows Vista user rights model (user account protection)
* Built-in FTP client supports most public FTP servers, and some mainframes
* FTP and WWW proxies for FTP connections; new also SOCKS4+5.
* FXP: Send files directly from one remote server to another.
* Resume aborted downloads.
* Add files to download list (through context menu) and download later.
* Download in the background (separate thread).
* Secure FTP over SSL/TLS, enter the URL as follows: ftps://ftp.servername.com .
Needs OpenSSL dlls from www.openssl.org.
Changelog for this release:
This version mainly
corrects an error with uploads to FTP servers using "MODE Z" compression, and with the right click context menu.
Pentium class or faster processor