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Sometimes you want to rename a bunch of files for some reason. Eg: file1-useless info blah blah.mp8 file2-useless info blah blah.mp8 file3-useless info blah blah.mp8 file4-useless info blah blah.mp8 file5-useless info blah blah.mp8 At once you can remove the "-useless info blah blah" in all file names. Or you could change the "file" to "my_super_file" to all at once. The possibilities are endless. See More
Sometimes you need to copy/move a bunch of files to a folder that already has files. During the copy when Total Commander encounter files in the destination folder that has the same name of the copied files, it allows you to choose auto-rename the copied files or the destination files. It's beautiful. See More
On copy/move it can both avoid overwrite the destination file AND losing the copied file at the same time
Allows renaming tabs and setting maximum tab text length, which is very convenient. You can also lock tabs in two modes: a) change dir not allowed and b) change dir allowed (but it would return to the original path once you browse another tab). It doesn't allow assigning different colors to each tab, though. See More
The total commander is convenient to use both with the mouse and exclusively using the keyboard. But using only the keyboard gives it a big increase in the speed of work because you do not aim at your mouse. You need some time to get used to it, but it's really worth it. See More
A map shows where photos where taken. if you zoom in you see more details. Geotagging: select one or more photos + "set geo" + pick a point in the map ==> the selected images get that point. Filter images through the map: after selecting an area in the map (i.e. North Germany), the gallery will only show images from North Germany. See More