Total Commander v184.108.40.206 Crack Premium Mod Apk For PC Download [Latest]
Total Commander v220.127.116.11 Mod Apk is the Android version of the same file manager for Windows and offers a series of similar benefits to those of its version for desktop operating systems.
That is to say, through the application you can move, copy and paste entire directories and subdirectories with ease. Create new folders or change the name of already existing folders, and of course, delete files or folders. You have to be careful when carrying out this last action because you won’t have a Recycle Bin.
Main Features of Total Commander Mod Apk:-
Copy, Move whole subdirs
Drag & Drop (long press on the file icon, move icon)
Inplace rename, create directories
Delete (no recycle bin)
Zip and unzip, unrar
Properties dialogue, change permissions
Built-in text editor
The search function (also for text)
Select/unselect groups of files
Select by tapping on file icons
Select Range: Long tap+release on icon
List of installed Apps (built-in plugin)
FTP and SFTP client (plugin)
WebDAV (Web folders) (plugin)
LAN access (plugin)
Plugins for cloud services: Google Drive, Microsoft Live, Dropbox
Root support for the main functions (optional)
Send files via Bluetooth (OBEX)
Thumbnails for pictures
Two panels side by side, or virtual two-panel mode
Media player which can stream directly from LAN, WebDAV and cloud plugins
Configurable button bar for changing directories, internal commands, launching apps and sending shell commands
The simple help function in English, German, Russian, Ukrainian and Czech
Optimizations for the visually impaired, like text for icons
Supported languages of the main program: English, German, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish,
Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.
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Total Commander Mod Apk Requirements
2 GHz Processor
2GB of RAM
HDD space 800MB
670-MB installation space required
Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
MAC OS X 10.8 or later.
Review of Total Commander Mod Apk
I have been using Total Commander Mod Apk since the days it was still called Windows Commander (before Microsoft’s legal team made the developer rename it). This Windows Explorer replacement is the one window that is constantly open on my desktop. Whenever I need a file, I instantly reach for it.
Total Commander’s streamlined interface makes traversing directories so fast that when I save a file in some application I often switch to Total Commander, quickly navigate to wherever I want to save it, copy the path and paste it into the application’s File Save dialogue. It’s that much faster than Windows’ dialogues.
Much of Total Commander Mod Apk power lies in its utter flexibility. I changed the default colour scheme to use darker shades; I also changed several of its default shortcut keys, so that copying the current path takes a single keystroke now.
You can decide how complex the interface is going to be: Use the default menus or change them to your liking by adding or removing options. And while Total Commander offers a comprehensive interface for editing the different settings, it also lets you edit the settings file manually if you want to geek out.
To select all ZIP files in a given folder you need only hit the + key on your number pad and type “*.zip” into the dialogue that appears. All ZIP archives are instantly selected, and you can then copy them, delete them, or just see how much space they take in aggregate.
Speaking of ZIP files, Total Commander has built-in support for creating and extracting ZIP archives, as well as TAR, GZ and TGZ archives which are common on Linux and UNIX systems. Using plug-ins and external utilities, Total Commander can work with any number of additional archive formats, such as the excellent 7-Zip format.
Total Commander’s old-school dual-pane interface hides tremendous power: Each pane can house multiple tabs, and Total Commander can use background processes for time-consuming operations so that copying large files never makes the application unresponsive.
It even has a setting for making a “ding” sound when a lengthy background operation completes, so you’d know it’s done. If you’re viewing a folder that has very long filenames, a single keystroke switches to horizontal mode, where the panes are placed on top of each other (rather than side-by-side), affording twice as much space for each filename.
You can use Total Commander for accessing remote file systems, as well: It can access shares across your local network, and also features a built-in FTP client.
The FTP client is seamlessly integrated within the interface, so that working with remote servers feels just like you’re working on your computer, with the same familiar interface and keyboard shortcuts.
Finally, Total Commander can save its settings and preferences in an INI file. This means that you can take your carefully constructed configuration with you wherever you go.
To me, Total Commander is indispensable. It is one of the defining applications for my Windows experience. If you’ve ever felt the need for a powerful file manager, this is it.
The best file managers make it simple and easy to manage folders and files with more advanced options than the default Windows File Explorer.
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Once you’ve started transferring a big chunk of files, there’s no way to pause and restart the process, you can’t create a new folder without digging into a menu, and forgetting batch renaming – it’s not happening.
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Total Commander(opens in new tab) (formerly File Commander) has been around for 25 years, and its developer lives by the maxim ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’. It’s not flashy and uses a classic design with two vertical panels, but each update introduces modern additions like support for cloud storage services and native Windows 10 features.
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Total Commander is a great choice for transferring large volumes of files thanks to its background process manager, which lets you check progress, pause and resume transfers, and set a speed limit.
Its interface is uncluttered for fast navigation, it offers customizable keyboard shortcuts, and there’s a built-in file archiving tool for creating and extracting archives in all the most common formats.
Total Commander Mod Apk v18.104.22.168 is also expandable via plugins. (opens in a new tab) Optional features include the ability to sort images by size, search for text strings within PDFs, and edit music metadata without opening any other applications.
Total Commander is distributed as shareware; you can try it free and share the EXE file with others, but after 30 days you’re prompted to buy a license(opens in a new tab). The payment process is a little unusual, and it might take a couple of days to receive your key, but the wait is worthwhile.
Like Total Commander Mod Apk v22.214.171.124 Directory Opus(opens in new tab) is a premium file manager – and it shows, and comes a very close second in this list. It has an attractive icon-led interface that’s busier than Total Commander’s, but can be pared down using the various customization options. This is where Directory Opus shines – pretty much every aspect of its operation can be tweaked and tuned to suit your needs.