Total Commander 7. 50 Public Beta 1:the famous file manager

 
April 17, 2009, 3:31 pm

 
total commander 7. 50 public beta 1:the famous file manager   Was a beta release of the popular file manager. This program has very high functionality:search for files, work with archives (ZIP, ARJ, LZH, RAR, UC2, TAR, GZ, CAB, ACE), an integrated Ftp client. In addition to working with FTP, Total Commander offers a lot of additional features, including easy setup interface, its own Quick Launch files and applications, detailed information about the system viewer graphics, multimedia and documents in RTF format, etc.
The latest version of the full Unicode support in all modules of the program adds support for file names with up to 1022 characters, an opportunity to compare the contents of text files of different types (eg, Ansi, and UTF-8), a password protection for FTP-Account use encryption, AES256, the number of characters in the notes has been increased to 4095, an opportunity to synchronize the empty folders, adds support for the format when creating a SHA1 checksum CRC, an opportunity to copy files to different folders in one operation, a new internal system file associations, which is used in Running the program with the USB-drive.
Developer:Ghisler.com Distribution:shareware, to $ 30 Operating system:Windows All Size 2, 5 MB, you can Download here.

 

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