CRAX Commander is a dual-pane file manager with an approachable user interface. It is integrated with Subversion and GIT. It has built-in FTP/FTPS, SFTP/SSH, WebDAV, SMB, AFP client functionality. CRAX Commander provides many of the features you need to quickly and efficiently access and manage local and remote files. WITH CRAX Commander, FILE MANAGEMENT IS MUCH FASTER AND EASIER than ever before.
- Dual panel user interface with multiple tabs
- full user interface customization (fonts, colors, behavior, actions, toolbar)
- full customization of keyboard SHORTCUTS
- definition of CUSTOM TOOLS as menu items and toolbar items
- customizable SIDEBAR panel with defining favorites
- support for COLOR definitions based on file extension or attributes
- copying and moving files/folders IN BACKGROUND (non-blocking GUI file operations)
- MERGING folder contents when copying or moving
- built-in clients for connecting to remote volumes using SSH/SFTP, FTP/FTPS, SMB, AFP, WebDAV protocols
- built-in text file editor with SYNTAX COLORING
- SPLIT and MERGE binary files
- DROPBOX integration with export and import of application settings
- calculation and verification of CHECKSUMS
- archive support: ZIP, RAR, 7-ZIP, GZIP, BZIP2, AR/IPK, ISO9660, RPM (browsing, selective unpacking, deleting, browsing archives in archives, etc.)
- advanced file search with support for DUPLICATE search
- advanced tool for renaming multiple files at once (MULTI-RENAME)
- support for SUBVERSION and GIT
- saving and using saved passwords in KEYCHAIN
- QUICK-LOOK browsing support
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- fixed issue related to handling file system events
- fixed problem with updating remote files after modifications
- fixed other small issues
Ratings and Reviews
Total Commander for the Mac
I've used Total Commander (TC) for about 25 years, and I can't use a Windows computer without it. Fortunately, I don't have this issue with a Mac, but I've wanted the same functionality every so often. I've tried as many as I could find, and I've liked two—Crax Commander and another one no longer being developed. I've bought Total Commander years ago, and gladly bought both versions of Crax Commander (App Store and the other one). My TC muscle memory is strong and Crax maps most of them to the Mac. I've even set my function keys to be just fn keys. Crax is not perfect (I have minor issues over network shares), but it is easily the best for the Mac. It is pretty responsive with a rich array of modifications. Definitely recommended for those used to Total Commander, and for those needing two-pane file manipulations.
Great Total Commander alternative!
I was looking for a Total Commander alternative for Mac, but most of the apps out there are crap.
This is a surprise, and a great, nice looking native Mac app!
Keep up the good work.
The best file manager app for OSX
For a long time on Windows I was using Directory Opus as my File Manager and got used to a powerful and flexible file management tool.
After switching to OSX I was looking for something similar, but couldn't find anything. Tools that allow customization wouldn't support SSH/SFTP and vice versa.
Well, looks like the search is over: CRAX Commander has most of the features that I am looking for. And it is also evolving and improving, so I'm sure that what is missing will be added soon.
Latest version (1.10.10) fixed one annoying permissions issue which existed in AppStore version of the app. I am happy to say that I reported the issue and development team was very attentive and quickly fixed it.
All in all: great tool, highly recommended!
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- Marcin Slowik
- 65.8 MB
- Requires macOS 10.15 or later.
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