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Commander One File Manager for Mac – Created Entirely in Swift (UPDATE)

Commander One File Manager for Mac – Created Entirely in Swift (UPDATE)

UPDATE – Eltima has been kind enough to offer a 30% discount on the purchase of the PRO Pack, exclusively for MacTrast readers. Use coupon code: CMNDRMT-30

Eltima Software has debuted a new free file manager for Mac OS X, Commander One, which is the developer’s first app created entirely in Swift.

Commander One File Manager for Mac - Created Entirely in Swift

Commander One Press Release:

Apart from basic navigation like copying, moving and deleting files, Commander One enables you to drag & drop files from one location to another. You can preview any of your files, including binary and hex, without opening them. The app allows you to search your Mac’s content, queue file operations and setup a combination of hotkeys for any of your actions. It comes with a terminal emulator.

Commander One’s drag and drop dual-pane interface will appeal to users who are familiar with such old-school apps as Xtree, and Norton Commander from the DOS and Windows 95 days. While it’s easy enough to drag and drop amongst folders and drives in OS X, we found Commander One to be a convenient interface, making it easy to copy and move files at will.

Commander One File Manager for Mac - Created Entirely in Swift

Commander One also includes a FTP and SFTP client, and allows linking to Dropbox accounts for easy file transfers to and from your cloud storage account with that service. The company also says users can mount their iOS and Android devices to easily access content on those devices.

While Commander One is free, there is a $29.95 PRO pack that offers extended features, such as RAR support, mounting iOS devices, terminal emulator, process manager, FTP manager, themes, and more. The PRO features are free for a 15 day trial period.

For more information about Commander One, or to download the app, visit the Commander One website.

  1. Daniel Juarez says:


  2. Mad Marsu says:

    For those of you who knewed Norton Commander under old MS-DOS system, and who now know Windows Commander (renamed Total Commander after Redmond asked for this) of M. Ghisler, this is a not too bad clone of this fabulous piece of software that was lacking on OSX environment. Other clones exist though, so have a try to this one to see if it suits you! The PRO version is nearer to original TC, which is a perfect replacement of the “finder” (explorer) on PCs who are not under linux.
    Have a look at it, and you’ll appreciate it!

  3. Alex says:

    Commander One is good manager, but I’m missing some power features. For example mass rename. So I think this file manager is good for regular users, but if you want to have more power features, you should keep searching. Now I know 2 file managers with really power features: ForkLift and Nimble Commander. Fork is more old, but Nimble more powerful and easy.

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