WinNc WinNc 8.3.2.3 Beta for Windows

by Dunes MultiMedia

Avg. Rating 4.0 (41 votes)

File Details

File Size 11.8 MB
License Shareware, $40.00
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,764
Publisher Dunes MultiMedia
Homepage WinNc

Publisher's Description

WinNc is a file manager that replaces the use of the existing Windows Explorer. It uses the same key shortcuts and the same mouse functionality as a well-known DOS file manager, Norton Commander. The product gives you direct drag-and-drop access to servers, network neighborhoods and other network computers in the double-pane interface, each of which function independently. In addition to standard file-management functions such as formatting, copying, moving, deleting and editing files, it lets you view inside compressed files as if they were directories.

Latest Reviews

breebree

breebree reviewed v7.6.0.0 on Aug 27, 2016

For 40$ no way.. better FREE file managers out there. tried this and was NOT impressed. will use my Free FILE COMMANDER. does much more. Dont get me wrong this software does what it says but for 1/2 the price of an OS. just overpriced for what should be a no more then 4.99 program. Lots of other better file managers out there. its not about looks its about functionality!!

Raimondas

Raimondas reviewed v5.8.0.0 on Apr 5, 2013

Many changes since 5.3 version. Now it is very nice file manager. I think it is worth to buy it. Total commander 8 looks outdated and interface is not comfortable compared to WinNC.

Raimondas

Raimondas reviewed v5.3.0.0 on Jan 3, 2011

Compared to Total commander 7.56: very nice user interface, though some functions still do not works, and price is about the same as Total commander 7.56. Sorry, but this time i give 4 stars only ...

fromano

fromano reviewed v5.3.0.0 on Dec 27, 2010

slow, clunky and expensive

psycros

psycros reviewed v5.2.1.0 on Nov 30, 2010

Down-voting to counter some of the obvious 5-stars from the authors :)

TuxmanXP

TuxmanXP reviewed v5.2.1.0 on Nov 29, 2010

.net is probably the major reason to avoid using WinNc.Net. I (personally) prefer xplorer². Those who like the original Norton Commander might see the FAR Manager instead.

dhry

dhry reviewed v4.6 on Nov 12, 2008

Forget it. .Net is clunky and slow. Plus there are several better filemanagers than this which are dual-window capable. Best and cheapest is xplorer2. Lot of people like Total Commander (I hate it, but whatever). XYPlorer is good too. Finally if you want to pay through the a$$, the greatest filemanager of them all is Directory Opus. Give this one a miss, it's absolutely pointless.

dcumpian

dcumpian reviewed v4.6 on Aug 14, 2008

I think FreeCommander is just as good, if not better...and it's free.

Tao2005

Tao2005 reviewed v4.6 on Aug 13, 2008

WinNC.Net is a good, solid, useful and powerful file manager and I recommend it highly. I use it in place of explorer, that comes with windows. It is very solid, and can preform many tasks.

Peace...

tidester

tidester reviewed v4.5 on Mar 23, 2008

WinNC.Net is a good, solid, useful and powerful file manager and I recommend it highly. It performs all the functions listed in the description above (and more!). It has never failed me and has never crashed in all the years I have been using it. I cannot say the same for most other file managers including one that costs twice as much as WinNC.Net.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (41 votes)
Your Rating
breebree

breebree reviewed v7.6.0.0 on Aug 27, 2016

For 40$ no way.. better FREE file managers out there. tried this and was NOT impressed. will use my Free FILE COMMANDER. does much more. Dont get me wrong this software does what it says but for 1/2 the price of an OS. just overpriced for what should be a no more then 4.99 program. Lots of other better file managers out there. its not about looks its about functionality!!

Raimondas

Raimondas reviewed v5.8.0.0 on Apr 5, 2013

Many changes since 5.3 version. Now it is very nice file manager. I think it is worth to buy it. Total commander 8 looks outdated and interface is not comfortable compared to WinNC.

Raimondas

Raimondas reviewed v5.3.0.0 on Jan 3, 2011

Compared to Total commander 7.56: very nice user interface, though some functions still do not works, and price is about the same as Total commander 7.56. Sorry, but this time i give 4 stars only ...

fromano

fromano reviewed v5.3.0.0 on Dec 27, 2010

slow, clunky and expensive

psycros

psycros reviewed v5.2.1.0 on Nov 30, 2010

Down-voting to counter some of the obvious 5-stars from the authors :)

TuxmanXP

TuxmanXP reviewed v5.2.1.0 on Nov 29, 2010

.net is probably the major reason to avoid using WinNc.Net. I (personally) prefer xplorer². Those who like the original Norton Commander might see the FAR Manager instead.

dhry

dhry reviewed v4.6 on Nov 12, 2008

Forget it. .Net is clunky and slow. Plus there are several better filemanagers than this which are dual-window capable. Best and cheapest is xplorer2. Lot of people like Total Commander (I hate it, but whatever). XYPlorer is good too. Finally if you want to pay through the a$$, the greatest filemanager of them all is Directory Opus. Give this one a miss, it's absolutely pointless.

dcumpian

dcumpian reviewed v4.6 on Aug 14, 2008

I think FreeCommander is just as good, if not better...and it's free.

Tao2005

Tao2005 reviewed v4.6 on Aug 13, 2008

WinNC.Net is a good, solid, useful and powerful file manager and I recommend it highly. I use it in place of explorer, that comes with windows. It is very solid, and can preform many tasks.

Peace...

tidester

tidester reviewed v4.5 on Mar 23, 2008

WinNC.Net is a good, solid, useful and powerful file manager and I recommend it highly. It performs all the functions listed in the description above (and more!). It has never failed me and has never crashed in all the years I have been using it. I cannot say the same for most other file managers including one that costs twice as much as WinNC.Net.

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