DCommander 3.9.5

DCommander 3.9.5

DCommander is a two-panel file manager that gives you full control over your computer's filesystem.
Optimized for quick access and user-friendliness, DCommander provides a perfect companion for new Mac users transitioning from other operating systems, as well as advanced power users that demand more control of their computer.

Features include:

  • two side by side file windows
  • name, size, kind and date sorting of files and folders
  • view hidden files and folders
  • tabs support with full keyboard navigation
  • file search with sub-folder recursive searching
  • full support for drag&drop operations
  • fine-grained item selection control
  • Lynx-like folder navigation (using arrow keys)
  • quick access to native Terminal, Console, Activity Monitor and Disk Utility applications
  • customisable color schemes
  • customisable font type, size and color
  • quick file viewer with text and hex viewing mode
  • full keyboard navigation
  • ability to browse ZIP archives like normal folders
  • seamless FTP support
  • folder compare and synchronization
  • quick search files in the current folder

What's New:

Version 3.9.4

  • added Command+S shortcut for Synchronize Folders
  • added Shift+F2 shortcut for Multi Rename
  • added Command+K shortcut for Connection Manager
  • added ESC keyboard shortcut to quickly clear and hide the quicksearch filter bar
  • added Multi Rename support when pressing F2 on multiple selected files
  • fixed issue with invisible filename when renaming in certain color schemes
  • fixed not being able to rename the first item with quicksearch filtering active
  • fixed folder sizes not being accounted for in the status bar statistics
  • fixed "Open With" keyboard shortcut Command+Return not working correctly 


  • Title: DCommander 3.9.5
  • Developer: DevStorm Apps
  • Compatibility: macOS 10.10 or later
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K'ed by TNT
  • Size: 8.46 MB
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