AB Commander 9.5
A practical utility that lets you organize files and folders located on your computer in a simple manner using comprehensive tools
AB Commander offers a rich set of tools for navigating your computer and managing files. You can save time by using the quick access tools such as drive bar, history and favorites lists, customizable toolbars and keyboard shortcuts.
You will also appreciate the power tools such as the built-in command line, commands to filter, compare, and synchronize the contents of folders, support for the regular, virtual, and compressed folders through the same unified interface, and more.
- Work with two folders at the same time, side by side:
- The main window of AB Commander hosts two panels, independently displaying the contents of folders of your computer, just like the built-in Windows Explorer does. Each panel may be used to browse all folders, both virtual and real ones, located on local or remote drives. Having two independent panels is especially convenient when copying or moving files, enabling you to see the contents of the source and destination folders simultaneously.
- Quickly navigate your computer and network:
- AB Commander offers several powerful means of navigation between folders: the Folder bar that lets you browse the whole hierarchy of folders, the Favorites list, the Most Recently Visited Folders (History) lists, the Drive bar and Drive menu.
- Directly manipulate files and folders:
- AB Commander offers commands to works with files and folders directly (that is, copy, move, rename and delete). AB Commander's commands do not involve the use of the clipboard. So now you can work with files in a direct and straightforward way.
- Compare and synchronize files and folders:
- If you often move files between your desktop computer and a laptop, you will appreciate the commands to compare and synchronize folders.
- Launch programs from the command prompt:
- The command prompt lets you quickly run programs that accept command-line arguments. AB Commander saves you time by allowing you to insert the names or full paths of the selected file objects directly into the command prompt.
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What's New in This Release:
- The Quick Editor can now open and display files from some virtual folders, such as the Zip archives and virtual storage devices.
- After using the New Folder command, the current folder is no longer refreshed automatically. This change makes the behavior consistent with Windows Explorer and prevents the unnecessary scrolling in the Folder bar after the new folder has been created.
- Several other minor improvements and corrections have been made.