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|14 Recommended Products||Recommendations||Platforms||Price||32 or 64 bit|
|#1 Directory Opus· · ·||75 | 26||Windows||Light ($49 AUD), Pro ($89 AUD)||Both|
|#2 XYplorer· · ·||92 | 29||Windows||$39.95 ($79.95 Lifetime License)||32-bit|
|#3 Far Manager· · ·||14 | 10||Windows||Open Source||Both|
|#4 Total Commander· · ·||25 | 24||Windows||€37||Both (16 bit version for Windows 3.1)|
|#5 Double Commander· · ·||12 | 27||Windows, Linux, MacOS, FreeBSD||Free / Open Source||–|
|#6 xplorer²· · ·||7 | 10||Windows||$29.95 ($49.95 Ultimate)||Both|
This extremely powerful file manager offers single and dual panes, single and dual trees, a customizable interface and toolbars, extensive scripting, FTP support, themes, and a h...
Total Commander is a Shareware file manager for Windows® 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10, and Windows® 3.1.
Dual-pane file manager for Mac, Windows and Linux. Supports Plug-ins and is actively developed. Fman is GoTo on steroids.
FreeCommander is an easy-to-use alternative to the standard windows file manager, reminiscent of Norton Commander.
Free, dual pane file manager with tabs, comes as installer or portable version, heavily customizable
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