FreeCommander – Free alternative to Total Commander

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FreeCommander is a file management tool, from its name we can know it is a freeware, and thus there is no limition of function and lifetime. Meanwhile, i believe many people think of another very famous file manager – Total Commander. In fact, there is really no relationship between them, but FC has the similar UI and functions with TC, for this reason, users used TC should be easy to get going.

FreeCommander provides a dual-panel display function, i.e. users can directly browse and operate files between both two different windows, just convenient for the needs of files management. At the same time, FC supports common files compression and decompression, that means completely don’t have to install extra archiver application. In addition, it has such as file shredder, MD5 check code generation and calibration, graphic file browsing and so many other functions.

In short, if you want to look for a free and powerful Total Commander alternative tool, thus FreeCommander is one good choice which you absolutely shouldn’t miss.

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