Total Commander file manager for Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile launched

After a year of closed beta testing, the Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile version of the popular file manager app Total Commander was recently launched on the Windows Store.

The first version of Total Commander, under the name "Windows Commander" was released for Windows way back in 1993 and since then versions have been released for Windows CE, Windows Mobile and even for Android. Here is a massive list of the app's features. As you can see, it's more than just a mere file manager:

  • Copy, Move whole subdirs
  • Rename (via properties), create dirs
  • Delete (no recycle bin)
  • Zip and Unzip
  • Properties dialog
  • Search function (also for text)
  • Select/unselect groups of files
  • Select by tapping on file icons
  • Select range with long tap on file icon
  • FTP client (built-in plugin)
  • WebDAV (Web folders) (built-in plugin)
  • LAN access (built-in plugin)
  • WiFi direct file transfer (plugin)
  • Cloud Storage: Microsoft, Dropbox, Google
  • Thumbnails for pictures
  • Virtual two panel mode
  • Bookmarks as in Total Commander
  • Simple help function in English, German
  • Supported languages of the main program: English, German, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese and Ukrainian. Translated via, using strings from the Android version

Download Total Commander for Windows Phone 8.1/Windows 10 Mobile (Free)

QR: Total Commander

Via: Reddit

John Callaham