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Path Finder is very flexible and useful. I use it all of the time. Version 8.3.1 seem to be rather unstable, so wait a few weeks before installing it. See More
Path Finder can be configured to automatically open and edit word documents, text, and image files. It also has an integrated terminal, hex editor, can archive type files, and can handle file network protocols, such as ftp and afp. See More
Doesn't work with 10.14 Mojave. Support doesn't answer. No response after 2 mails for 4 weeks now. See More
High memory consumption on version 7, makes it unusable on a professional environment See More
Eduardo de la Iglesia's Experience
Sometimes it shows old version of files instead of new ones See More
Hello World's Experience
Forklift is definitely for power-users but restrains itself from the unnecessary customization that 95% of people don't need. If you don't need and/or know what Quad view ACL Editing and SHA224, SHA-256, SHA384, SHA-512 Checksums are, but you do need fast, dual pane file access with FTP and S3 built in, then get Forklift. See More
Extremely customizable, almost like Total Commander on Windows/Android. You can add shortcuts and operate by hotkeys alone, or do all with mouse only. It can get multiple operations and execute them in a queue. I have used Forklift, but it didn't allow me to achieve the same level of usability as Commander one... See More
Sebastian Dragan's Experience
All it does is show two windows side-by-side. That's it. See More
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