Total Commander

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Total Commander (formerly Windows Commander) is a shareware orthodox file manager for Windows, Windows Phone, Windows Mobile/Windows CE[5][6] and Android, developed by Christian Ghisler. Originally coded using Delphi, latest Windows 64-bit versions were developed with Lazarus. It features a built-in FTP client, tabbed interface, file compare, archive file navigation, and a multi-rename tool with regular expression support. It is for the most part compatible with Linux using Wine.[7]

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Total Commander
Developer(s)Christian Ghisler
Initial releaseSeptember 25, 1993; 29 years ago (1993-09-25)
Stable release(s)
Android3.41[1]  / 15 January 2023
Windows10.52[2]  / 26 October 2022
Preview release(s)
Android3.41 beta 1[3]  / 12 January 2023
Windows10.52 rc 5[4]  / 21 October 2022
Written inObject Pascal
Operating systemWindows, Android, Windows Phone
Size
  • Windows: 5.1 – 5.9 MiB
  • Android: 4.5 MiB
  • Windows Phone: 2.7 MiB
TypeFile manager
LicenseShareware on Windows
Freeware on Android and Windows Phone
Websitewww.ghisler.com
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The utility supports extensibility via plugins,[8][9] and it can bind external programs for viewing or editing files. Many plugins are freely available, e.g. different packer formats or file viewer for special file formats. Many functions not available by default are supported and can be assigned to icons.[10]

From 1993 until 2002, Total Commander was called Windows Commander. The name was changed in 2002 after Microsoft pointed out that the word "Windows" was their trademark.[11]