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I'm using MultiCommander 64 bit on Windows 7. It's great, and I've had no problems at all. It was great 3 years ago, and it's even better now and still free. I don't know of a commercial or free file manager that can contend with it.
MultiCommander does it all for power users. If you can think of it, MultiCommander has it. It's very configurable to just about anything you want: panels, colors, fonts, user commands, and the list goes on. It treats compressed files as folders, so you can copy or move files to the compressed file. This is a mark of real power that most file managers don't have.
A 2014 review talks about a problem with the 64 bit version, but there is none now. You can't lose with the 32 bit or the 64 bit version. Download it now, and you'll love it. Warning: it has some very powerful features you might need to be careful with, including the ability to modify your registry from within MultiCommander.
streaming media server
Wi-Fi Site Surveys, Discovery and Troubleshooting
trace domain connections on a world map
prevent accidental installations of third party offers
convert video and music files between formats
system monitoring and reporting
local and remote pc monitoring