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I have been using [..] for years (aka Windows Commander) and FreeCommander is now at a point where it is time to move over to it. It has certain things integrated (such as image support) that other "pay" file managers would make you buy via plugin.
Two things that I do miss however. One being the copy, move, edit and so on buttons on the bottom of the program that Total Commander has. Another being an option to make the program confirm a drag and drop (very useful if you have kids that play around when you are away) and finally, it's own copy/move operations. Let me explain that one:
FreeCommander seems to be using Windows internal copy/move functions, while when you copy or move with Total Commander, Servant Salamander, or even Turbo Navigator, they use their own integrated method of copy and move, which seems quicker and gives you more detailed info on the copy process as well.
Remote Desktop and Support Software
advanced image scaling software
manage your iPod without iTunes
update and install Windows drivers
take and manage notes
local and remote pc monitoring
recover images from memory cards