Cross-platform Total Commander-like orthodox (dual-panel) file manager for Windows, Mac and Linux with support for plugins. The goal of the project is to provide consistent user experience across all the major desktop systems.
Download for Windows
Get the latest release
Windows Vista and later systems are supported (x32 and x64). Windows XP is not supported.
For the list of known issues, refer to the project issues on Github, sort by the "bug" label. Or just use this link.
Reporting an issue
Create an issue on the project's page on Github.
Cloning the repository
The main git repository has submodules, so you need to execute the
update_repository script (available as .bat for Windows and .sh for Linux / Mac) after cloning file-commander to clone the nested repositories. Subsequently, you can use the same
update_repository script at any time to pull incoming changes to the main repo, as well as to all the subrepos, thus updating everything to the latest revision.
- A compiler with C++ 14 support is required.
- Qt 5.8 or newer required.
- Windows: you can build using either Qt Creator or Visual Studio for IDE. Visual Studio 2015 or newer is required - v140 toolset or newer. Run
qmake -tp vc -rto generate the solution for Visual Studio. I have not tried building with MinGW, but it should work as long as you enable C++ 14 support.
- Linux: open the project file in Qt Creator and build it.
- Mac OS X: You can use either Qt Creator (simply open the project in it) or Xcode (run
qmake -r -spec macx-xcodeand open the Xcode project that has been generated).