Nothing on the planet can come even close to it's versatility, ease of use and it's sheer number of features, which are expandable by plugins freely available.
It's shareware and free to use for 30 days, although it'll never lock up or limit your options.
This major update since the six series adds amongst others a nice new graphics set, support for sFTP, new view modes and a slew of new options for comparing and overwriting files and directories.
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So far totalcmd worked very well.
I can browse my directories and files all over the hard disk.
I can copy and paste files from one site to another.
Shorcuts can also work correctly, when I press F2, I can change the file name, when I press ctrl-Q, I can browse the content of the files.
The configuration windows can also works perfect.
What does not
I couldn't look up the properties of files, that is, when I right-click the files, and select the properties, totalcmd couldn't show the properties.
Sometimes, it will report some ugly error dialogs and shutdown suddently, but it doesn't always happen.
What was not tested
1 Totalcmd's plugins function
2 many DIY function for example, set the favorite dir of my own.
I am new to wine. But the installation of totalcmd is easy for me, because there is no errors that happen to me.:)
BTW: I install the wine by yum tools, and my version of totalcmd is totalcmd7.0 public beta2.