Total Commander for Mac

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Total Commander is a widely-known file manager. It lets you quickly and easily browse, organize and manage all kinds of files. The fact that a Total Commander for Mac by Christian Ghisler, Ghisler Software GmbH is not available is quite a pity, but there's no reason to despair, as there are plenty of good alternatives to Total Commander for Mac in this list. These tools let you easily perform various management operations with any of your files, just like Total Commander for Mac would.

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muCommander Free

by * Maxence Bernard * Arik Hadas * Mariusz Jakubowski * Nicolas Rinaudo

muCommander is a cross-platform file manager that features support for FTP, SFTP, SMB, NFS, HTTP, Bonjour/Zeroconf, email attachments, Zip/GZip/Tar/Bzip2/ISO/NRG/AR/Deb/LST archives, universal bookmarks, credentials management...

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DCommander Free

by Devstorm Apps

DCommander is a two-pane file manager that gives you full control over your computer's filesystem. Optimized for quick access and user-friendliness, DCommander provides a perfect companion for new Mac users transitioning from other operating...

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TotalFinder Free

by BinaryAge Limited

This utility is a plugin for Finder, the default file manager for Mac that provides you with some useful extra features. TotalFinder supports dual-panel mode and multi-tab feature, comes with simple to configure settings, and runs quietly...

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Path Finder Free

by Cocoatech LLC.

Path Finder is a utility that comes as an alternative to using Mac's Finder for browsing and managing your file collection. It brings you a wide variety of file management tools, provides you with quick access to your favorite Mac utilities...

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Double Commander Free

by alexx2000

Double Commander is an open source Mac file manager that was inspired by the Total Commander utility. Its dual-pane view, ability to preview files directly from the main window or options to define various global hotkeys are only...

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Commander One Free

by Eltima Software

Commander One is free dual-panel file manager for Mac OS X developed entirely on Swift, which allows you to manage your files in the best possible way.

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ForkLift - File Manager and FTP/SFTP/WebDAV/Amazon S3 client Free

by BinaryNights

ForkLift is a robust and elegant file manager and FTP/SFTP client, fully embracing the Apple methodology of bringing incredible power to a beautiful and easy-to-use, approachable interface, it also integrates multiple features you would normally...

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Files Lite Free

by Michael G. Kazakov

Files Lite is a dual-pane file manager designed specifically for Mac. Optimized for efficiency, Files provides a blazing performance and momentary user interface feedback.

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