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File manager alternativi a gestione risorse di Windows

Professione: *
Software: AutoCAD
Regione: Lombardia
#1
freeCommander

http://www.freecommander.com/

Dual-panel technology - horizontal and vertical
Tabbed interface
Optional tree view for each panel
Built in file viewer to view files in hex, binary, text or image format
File viewer inside archives too
Built in archive handling: ZIP (read, write), CAB (read, write), RAR (read)
Nested archive handling
Easy access to system folders, control panel, desktop and start menu
Copy, move, delete, rename files and folders
Wipe files
Create and verify MD5 checksums
File splitting
File properties and context menu
Calculation of folder size
Folder comparison / synchronization
Modification of file date and attributes
Folder / program favorites
File searching (inside archive too)
File filters for display
User defined columns for detailed view
DOS command line
Multiple language support
 
Professione: *
Software: AutoCAD
Regione: Lombardia
#8
Unreal Commander

Two-panel interface
Extended search of files
Multi-rename tool
Dirs synchronization
Support of archives ZIP, RAR, ACE, CAB, JAR, TAR, LHA
Built-in FTP client
Directory tabs
Support of LS-plug-ins and WCX-plug-ins
Build-in viewer and quick view function
Work with a network environment
Support Drag and Drop at work with other applications
History and Hotlist buttons
Background file copying/moving/deleting
Deleting files with WIPE
Background pictures support
Visual styles: color categories of files, fonts for all interface elements

http://news.wintricks.it/software/sistema-operativo/26090/unreal-commander-0.94/
 

Oldwarper

Moderatore Solidworks
Staff Forum
Professione: Progettista
Software: Solidworks, Cimatron IT, Cimatron E, Rhino, AutoCAD, Logopress, Solidcam
Regione: Emilia Romagna
#9
Total Commander.
Gia' Windows Commander, lo uso da Windows 3.1

Per me il piu' bel clone di NC di tutti i tempi!!!
a pagamento, ma ne e' valsa veramente la pena!!!

http://www.ghisler.com/