A cross-platform file manager that features a double-sided interface where you can easily handle files and folders on your computer.
- Version : 0.9.2
- License :GPL
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Maxence Bernard
muCommander is a cross-platform file manager that features an interface similar to the one of Total Commander and runs on any Java-based system. It can be effortlessly figured out, even by users with less or no experience in such apps.
Upon deployment you can select the application’s theme and skin; muCommander offers several options in this matter, such as the Native or Classic Theme, as well as the Metal or Windows Classic skin.
Thanks to the dual-pane viewing mode, you can easily browse files and folders on your system and perform various operations, such as copying or moving them around.
In addition, you can change a file’s attributes and timestamp, pack and unpack items, run command-lines in the current location, as well as send files and folders via email or rename them in batch mode.
Other features of muCommander let you combine or split files, mark extensions, copy file paths, swap folders, customize the command bar, connect to a server, use Bonjour services, as well as set bookmarks and edit credentials, among other options.
The simple-to-use program is low-demanding when it comes to the CPU and system memory, so it shouldn’t burden the computer’s performance. It has a good response time, supports keyboard shortcuts and includes user documentation. We have not come across any issues throughout out testing, since the app did not hang, crash or pop up error notifications.
All in all, muCommander should please users of any level of experience who prefer a file manager with dual panes, while taking advantage of its intuitive features.