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Total Commander (TC for short) is written in Delphi by Christian Ghisler from Switzerland. It’s originally called Windows Commander, but because Microsoft always says “Windows” was theirs (in 2002), it had to change to use its current name. The reason AppNee did not recommend this edge tool before is that we thought it is more suitable for advanced computer users (lets them ice on the cake), not a beginner at all (so daunting that makes most users feel confused and uninstall it immediately).