Master Commander

Master Commander 0.9

This program is a file manager, which is the replacement for Windows Explorer
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Andrzej Stefanczyk

Master Commander is a file manager, which is the replacement for Windows Explorer.
A convenient dual-panel view and additional features allow you to perform a series of shorter file operations.

Main features:

- files are displayed in two independent panels as a list or a tree (as well as any combination of them)
- tabbed interface
- optional tree view for each panel
- built in archive handling: ZIP, TAR, GZIP, TGZ, BZIP2, RAR (integrated view, but compression needs an external compressor WinRAR), 7ZIP (compression and decompression needs an external compressor 7-ZIP)
- a text editor with syntax highlighting for many programming languages
- a binary hex editor allows you to modify the files of any size
- supports the fundamental operations on files and folders: copy, move, delete, rename
- operations are executed in the background which means that when performing any function available in the program you can use other (or the same) function (for example: when you copy or compress files, you can browse or search for files)
- allows you to encrypt and decrypt files using algorithms: BASE64, DES, TripleDES, AES (128 i 256 bit)
- multi rename tool
- file searching (with text searching inside)
- file filters for display
- tool windows are not modal (for example, when searching for files, you can open second search window, both operations can be performed simultaneously)
- calculation of folder size
- modification of file date and attributes
- create and verify file checksums (CRC, MD5)
- file splitting and merging
- a tool for comparing and analyzing the differences in the contents of files of any size (binary and textual)
- a list of favorite folders
- a simple command line
- a tool to synchronize folders
- a tool to download files from the Web
- built in FTP client
- a tool for code page conversion files
- electronic signature file (signing and verifying)
- a tool for display processes and dependent modules with the possibility of the location of the executable program and stop its operation
- a tool for create an ISO image from any specified group of folders and files
- a tools for share files and folders on the local network.

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