EF Commander is a complete file manager for the Windows. If you've ever used and liked Norton Commander, you'll like this dual-windowed program, which comes complete with bubble and online help. You can search directory trees and directories and perform actions, including Run, on files. You can also check file attributes and edit files with search-and-replace and drag-and-drop. Use the internal editor or associate one of your choosing to edit files, easily view files and configure the buttons to suit your needs, and get system and disk information with a click of the mouse.
Reviewing 7.75 (Apr 12, 2011)
An up-date on my previous review. I recently moved to Windows 7 and wanted a "native" Windows 7 X64 file manager. After an extensive review I chose xplorer2 (http://www.zabkat.com/). Same price as EF Commander but for me is much simpler and easier to "tune" to my way of working. 3 stars for this but 5 stars for xplorer2.
Reviewing 7.01 (Mar 11, 2009)
Why not "EF Commander Free"? Is actual, not from another century, runs on Vista, is absolutly free, no nags, no donation buttons.
Reviewing 7.00 (Feb 16, 2009)
Why not use the older but free version of Servant Salamander 1.52 (see: http://www.altap.cz/download.html#salrel). I've been using this for years and find it indispensable. If you must have the latest versions then purchase Altap Salamander 2.51 for half the price.
Reviewing 6.70 (Aug 19, 2008)
@jcunews: All "Commander" programs include your favorite are clones, all clone the old Norton Commander. This program, former "PM Commander", "Commander", "Commander 2001", "CHIP Commander" and "File Commander", run since February 1994, all what you wrote is not true!
have your favorite internal Audio Player? NOT! 22 internal Packers? NOT, etc.
Reviewing 6.70 (Aug 18, 2008)
This is just a Total Commander clone - including the license. A shareware that is. But unfortunately, it's half as solid as Total Commander. So why use it?
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