muCommander – file manager with a dual-pane interface

muCommander is a lightweight, cross-platform file manager with a dual-pane interface. It runs on any operating system with Java support (Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, *BSD, Solaris…).

It features a Norton Commander style, dual-pane interface to allow easy manipulation of files with many keyboard shortcuts.

muCommander is written in Java.

Features include:

  • Quickly copy, move, rename files, create directories, email files.
  • Browse, create and uncompress ZIP, RAR, 7z, TAR, GZip, BZip2, ISO/NRG, AR/Deb and LST archives.
  • ZIP files can be modified on-the-fly, without having to recompress the whole archive.
  • Universal bookmarks and credentials manager.
  • Multiple windows support.
  • Full keyboard access.
  • Highly configurable.
  • Keyboard shortcuts editor.
  • Command bar editor.
  • Virtual filesystem with support for local volumes, FTP, SFTP, SMB, NFS, HTTP, Amazon S3, Hadoop HDFS and Bonjour.
  • Batch renamer.
  • Mark files using a regular expression.
  • Support for the GNOME trash.
  • Theme editor.
  • System notifications are sent when transfers are complete or an error has occurred.
  • Available in 22 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Czech, Simplified & Traditional Chinese, Polish, Hungarian, Russian, Slovenian, Romanian, Italian, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, Dutch, Slovak, Japanese, Swedish, Danish, Ukrainian and Arabic.

Website: www.mucommander.com
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Developer: Maxence Bernard
License: GNU GPL v3

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