Updated Commander One PRO v3.0 can boast about absolute support for macOS Big Sur, optimized and improved work with major cloud services, support for macFUSE4, enhanced work with archives, and way more.
Commander One PRO is a pretty smart and convenient file manager developed in Swift with a dual-panel interface. The app offers a wide range of enhanced functionality for efficient and facilitating work with files, documents, archives, remote servers, cloud computing services, etc.
Cultofmac.com - “This app is everything OS X Finder wants to be”
Appleworld.today -”I'd describe it more as a handy Finder "enhancer" that's great for Mac OS X "power users"; “If you consider yourself a "power user" and want the ability to tweak and fiddle with the functions on your Mac, you'll find it very handy — especially the pro version.”
In addition to the basic features of a file manager, Commander One PRO includes a variety of useful features to facilitate and optimize your workflow.
-Create, delete, open, move, and rename files and folders;
-Different view modes;
-File operations queue including those in progress;
-History, Favorites, Finder Tabs;
-Support for Regex in file search;
-Select the program to open the file;
-All computers over the network are detected and displayed in the list.
-Connect to remote servers via FTP, SFTP or FTPS protocols;
-Monitor file operations due to convenient queueing;
-Ability to change files permissions;
-Reach high efficiency with two panels.
-Seamless access to WebDAV servers. Simultaneously connect as many servers as you need.
-Deal with your files stored on the server, as if they are your local ones.
-Move files across servers without downloading them to your Mac.
Amazon S3 Browser:
-Mount the entire Amazon S3 account or just a specific bucket;
-Flawlessly handle files of Amazon S3 accounts.
Work with Cloud Services:
-Ensure additional protection to the files stored online due to the Encryption feature;
-Dropbox client for any number of accounts with no need to copy data on your Mac;
-Connect your online Dropbox without installing it;
-Share Dropbox links right from Commander One;
-Mount Dropbox Business account and gain full access to your work files;
-Connect your Google Drive account, share Google Drive folders, including “Shared with me” folder;
-Mount Microsoft OneDrive on Mac and access your online files as any local ones;
-Connect S3-compatible storages as local drives to your Mac;
-Easily mount and manage files on OpenStack;
-Manage your Mega files and folders without saving them on Mac;
-Gain total control over your files stored on pCloud;
-Get full support for Box.com directly from Commander One;
-Have access to your files stored on Backblaze B2 right from Commander One’s window.
Work with archives:
-Work with 7zip packages as regular folders: view, add, or remove files without extracting;
-Create 7zip archives protected with a password;
-Have full control over your TAR packages (TBZ, TGZ, Tar.Z, tar.lzma and tar.xz) including compression, extraction, opening as a folder with support for search archive contents;
-Unpack RAR format with ease, search archive contents, copy files without even extracting them;
-Deal with .ipa, .apk, .jar, .ear, .war files as with regular folders.
Support for MTP devices:
Have a seamless work with any MTP device. To access and edit their contents - just map your device to Mac and it will be shown as a mounted drive. You can also use it for OS X Android file transfer.
-Commander One includes pre-designed color themes and offers you to create your very own theme for maximum convenience and individual appearance;
-Set up fonts to obtain visual convenience.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to help. Your feedback is welcome and will be taken into account for the next releases.
Added: an option to use path-style addressing to access S3 connections.
Improved: work with Google Drive.
Improved: work with Dropbox.
Improved: work with OneDrive.
Improved: work with pCloud.
Improved: work with Amazon S3.
Fixed: issues with connecting to some FTP servers.
Fixed: an issue with Google Team Drive displaying with drive names written in some languages.
Fixed: an issue with the unpacking of 7z archives with a password.
Fixed: an issue with creating of ZIP archives with a password.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Multiple Open In Preview
The best thing Commander One has going for it are the two panes and the drag and drop from pane to pane. Maybe this is something I just don't know how to do but it would be very useful if you had the option of either MOVING or COPYING when dragging from pane to pane. Also, when you select multiple files in Finder and open them in Preview, all the selected files open which is great for batch actions like resize. Commander One only sends ONE image to Preview when multiple are selected. Commander One is sometimes inconsistent either showing or not showing USB or SD cards in the list of drives at the top. Sometimes I have to remove an SD card and re-insert it before it will show up. I know it was correctly inserted because it always shows up in Finder.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for posting your review and sharing your experience with us. In order to Drag&Drop in Full mode, you should select the files, press the left button on your mouse and drag files aside, not to the top or bottom of the window.
If there is another mode is chosen, you can drag files to any side of the window. This performance will be improved in the next updates of the app. There is no option to open multiple files in preview. As for the issue with usb and sd cards, send us a Feedback report once it occurs again.
Great Mac finder, especially reliable, clear UI like Total Commander
Very pleased to see this. Please continue developing ;-) . Devs seem responsive: I asked for alternate line shading in the browser….and it soon appeared in an update! Plug in options to add features would be nice. TC (TotalCommander) has been in development for so long it has most features one could possibly dream of-but I never use Win any more. Wonder what the Commander One development plan looks like??
I wish this were available the first 6 or 8 years after I switched to Macs! I was in total TotalCommander withdrawal (except for use in a VM). So I learned to use finder & pathfinder and don’t use CommanderOnePro as my only finder. But CommanderOne is solid and great! E.g. the archive features (different compress engines builtin, plus ability to view archive as a directory-without dearchiving) are better than most other mac file managers. And the design with the option of old fashioned function keys for copy/move--looks clunky at first--but is 100% more reliable than drag/drop for critical file management tasks. Plus this’ll give me directory sizes for internal or external drives instantly—unlike other finders which often churn away or fail to update.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for taking the time to review our software. The team here at Eltima is thrilled to hear such good feedback, and we’re more than happy to have such customers as you.
The best dual-panel file-manager on mac (updated)
As a long time dual-panel file-manager addict, I have had at leaset one such on every OS starting from Norton Commander on DOS. Commander Pro deploys nearly identical hotkeys and functions from NC, which gives a flat learning curve. On top of the conventional concepts from NC, there are some features makes me want it to run on all the OSes I am using; for example:
1. Mouting cloud storage: this is a must-use functions I found myself cannot live without after using it. Managing files locally from multiple cloud storages by keyboard without clumsy web-based UI is really a walk in the park.
2. Good CJK characters support: there are many apps do not properly handle unicode and have trouble handling filename contains CJK. I have handled a huge number of such files but haven't run into any problem.
3. Just found a super cool feature: Commander One is able to mount multiple directories from the same NAS, which OS X allows only one direcory to be mounted from a IP address. This make managing NAS much easier than native Finder, and so far haven't seen something similar from any other file managers!
Developer Response ,
This review made our day! We are thrilled that you loved your experience. Our team will definitely be happy to read what you wrote.
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- Requires macOS 10.12 or later.
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