If you get xplorer², then you will not only be able to do what you are wanting in your post, but you will get what is arguably the best file manager on the planet and which can do heaps of stuff you never dreamed of or did not realise you needed until you tried it (e.g., powerful batch file renaming, single panes or dual horizontal or vertical panes, robust copy/move functions, synchronised "mirror" scrolling, and much, much more. It also replaces the OS' Windows Explorer.
xplorer² has a "Lite" version (free) and a Pro (paid for) version. I'd recommend that you try the Lite first then go for the Pro, as, in my experience, it is extremely good value. I have been a happy user of this product - in its earlier and current incarnations - for several years. It must have saved me heaps of time and trouble over the years and it has become an indispensable tool for me.
xplorer² can be found at www.zabkat.com