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A major problem with free commander is where one directory is pasted over another (i.e.: in a move or copy operation). If the paste occurs then files in the destination directory are overwritten with incoming files of the same name whether they are identical, older or newer.
Protecting these files is a major problem with Explorer (a major missing feature). Few file managers do provide this protection (File Boss and Directory Opus for example), but they have other issues, especially Directory Opus which has all sorts of other incompatibilities.
It would be nice to see a file manager/lister that would provide this essential data protection. In the meantime, Free Commander is too similar to many other file mangers and too little different to Explorer to worry about installing.
Simply, Free Commander is full of unnecessary or non-essential frills but ignores the big stuff--that of protecting one's data files.
As far as I'm concerned, it's a waste of time.
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