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== Description ==
== Description ==
A split-screen file manager with all desirable extras for handling file collections. Has many useful features which are helpful in day to day file management. Some of them, relevant to file handling and preservation, listed below:
A split-screen file manager with all desirable extras for handling file collections.
* '''Built-in file viewer to view files in hex, binary, text or image format''' - use F3 key on your keyboard
* File viewer and thumbnail view inside archives too
* '''Built-in archive handling: ZIP (read, write)'''
* Nested archive handling
* Plugins for other archive (RAR, 7z, …)
* Plain view – structureless view for files and folders
* Copy, move, delete files, including filtering on these operations
* '''multi rename files and folders tool''' (hugely flexible renaming tool - just highlight the files or folders you want to rename and CTRL-M and set it up)
* File searching (inside archive too)
* Searching duplicates
* '''Create and verify MD5 and SHA checksums'''
* Paths longer than 255 characters can be opened, copied, moved and renamed
* Calculation of folder size
* Folder comparison
* '''Folder synchronization'''
* Modification of file date and attributes
* File filters (regexp possible too) for display and file operations
* Simple FTP/SFTP client (SFTP only 64 bit)
* DOS command line
== User Experiences ==
== User Experiences ==

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