XYplorer is a tabbed file manager for Windows. It features a powerful file search, a versatile preview, a highly customizable interface, optional dual pane, and a large array of unique ways to efficiently automate frequently recurring tasks. It's fast and light, it's innovative, and it's portable.
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- Click and Tag. A new interface for comfortable one-click file tagging
- Custom Toolbar Buttons. The number of programmable toolbar buttons has been increased from 32 to 64
- Flat Look. Under Windows 8 the default UI got a fresh flat look. Fully optional and configurable, of course
Reviewing 14.30.0200 (Jul 17, 2014)
Most customizable file manager that's constantly updated with useful features!
PS: aaverian works for mycommander, lol.
Reviewing 14.20.0300 (Jul 5, 2014)
Pretty god file manager, I tried all file managers available on the market.
My Commander is my favorite.
Reviewing 14.10.0000 (May 19, 2014)
It comes right after Directory Opus but that one is really expensive.
Reviewing 13.80.0000 (Mar 26, 2014)
XYplorer is the best manager to manage the files I've ever used, automate and simplify my work on your computer like never before. Clear and easy user interface, easily accessible functions and many other features that make a program that is in my opinion the best manager of files on the market that seamlessly integrates with the system and can perfectly replace Windows Explorer.
His strong powerful functions and easy availability of the interface not only replace the Explorer, but also many other programs and gives us all these features in one place.
When once you try working with XYplorer will not be able to think that someday you could use a computer without it.
The program really worth buying!
Reviewing 13.50.0000 (Dec 18, 2013)
Tried almost all other file managers, none come even close.
I don't know how I lived before it!
-Portable directly from the author, that included file types and icons.
-Tons of options.
Several commenters miss the ability of XYplorer to "set itself up as default file manager."
I should make clear that this is NOT a feature of the file manager but one of the operating system. Editing the registry is necessary to make XYplorer (or any other file manager) the default file manager. However, since XYplorer is a portable application that's promoted as "not changing the system or registry" it does not offer to make this registry edit for you.
However, the necessary changes are fairly easy to do and you can find helpful information in various XYplorer online resources.
UPDATE: FYI, since v8.90.0000 a simple checkbox in configuration makes XYplorer the default file manager.