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Messages - gussan [ switch to compact view ]

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Hello, first time writing here. First of all Total Commander beats all of the file managers out there, in speed, stability and support. I have tried all of them, but TC is my choice. It is portable, easy to install (manual installation), does not use registry (like Directory Opus), its installer its less than 2 MB, has many many plugins (www.totalcmd.net) to customize TC the way you want to work. It has 3 kind of plugins: content, lister and file system. With plugins you can work directly with registry, access windows event logs, burn CDs, recover deleted files, catalog hard drives, and the list goes on and on. Believe me, it takes a lot to discover all the features this File manager has (I have it 4 years but I am still discovering new ones, it is like tweaking windows). I do not deny that if you download the file manager from its web page and install it plain (www.ghisler.com) it is very simple, but be patient, learn how to use it, and you will have all the power to manage windows OS. In 30 minutos it is impossible to analyze this terrific file manager for power users.

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