(Image-1) I would like to change the colors to the "old Norton Commander"!
The program was developed in 1984 by the then physics student John Socha under the name Visual DOS, VDOS for short, who published it in 1986 under the name Norton Commander at the company Peter Norton Computing, which was later also responsible for the well-known product Norton Utilities. In the following years three more versions of the file manager for the DOS operating system appeared. After the release of Norton Commander 4, Norton Computing was bought out by Symantec in 1991. Symantec released version 5 of the Norton Commander in 1995 and then in 1998 versions 5.51 for MS-DOS and 2.01 for Windows 95/98 / ME and Windows NT. However, since several other file managers for Windows and DOS copied the Norton Commander architecture and were sometimes more functional than the original, the Norton Commander series was completely discontinued due to a lack of sales.
I used double-paned file manager from the old Norton Commander for Dos before Windows Software was born.?
In this long period of use, I've never come across a file manager that offers tabs for panels that I discovered in MC 2.7.2.?
I updated to newer file managers as soon as they came out.?
I have no idea how many more options I will discover in MC that are very useful for ordinary users like me.?
The Commander file manager like Norton-Commander-style can be kicked into the bin, additional functions, for example packing and unpacking, synchronizing directories, I need something effective including the sub-directories that me and offers various functions, Commander supports not everything have many errors, and have no beta tests aldo a file explorer should be found?
I have never used Windows 'My Computer'.?
Your Q-dir the Quad Explorer for MS Windows could almost correspond to the Noron Commander after a few color modifications. Since the beginning of the NC I have been using this exclusively on all Windows, I currently use Windows 7 64 bit without IE but with Firefox?
You worked with the Norton Commander in DOS times, I do not want the same ease of use and the tried and tested two-window view was simply inadequate. I am looking for a shareware Commander that is not impressive with two windows. I need a large list of useful additional functions?