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ProCommander for Mac

Dual-pane file manager accesses local and remote files.

In English
Version 1.3

ProCommander overview

ProCommander is a dual-pane file manager which provides many functionalities to quickly access and manage your local and remote files. It does everything you need and it does it quickly, with no crashes and no memory leaks.

  • Dual-pane, multi-tabbed, dark user interface
  • UI customization (colors, behaviour, actions)
  • Advanced vibrancy FX
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Drag-and-drop support
  • Copy-and-paste support
  • Folder sync: keep two folders synchronized
  • Advanced filtering support
  • Archive support: ZIP, JAR
  • Advanced searching for files (by name matching, date, size and contents)
  • Sort items by elements (name, extension, date, etc)
  • QuickLook support

If you have any questions or thoughts, please email us at contact@solazdazen.com.

What’s new in version 1.3

Version 1.3:
  • Support for M1 Apple Sillicon
  • Fixed color theme issues
  • Fixed functionality bugs

ProCommander for Mac

In English
Version 1.3
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Nov 12 2015
Nov 12 2015
Version: 1.0
Just a comment about the icon, haven't used app. For those who can't figure it out, the image in the icon represents a 3.5 inch floppy disk. If you don't know what that is, Google it. I'm in my mid fifties; haven't used a 3.5 inch floppy in more than 5 years, and in the last 10 years, can probably count on one hand the times I've used a floppy. When I saw the icon, at first it did not even register with me what the picture was representing, had to actually think it through. People younger than 30 likely would have no clue what that icon represents, MIGHT have seen pictures of a floppy, majority may not have ever even held one in their hand. Just my two cents, but message to the developer, perception matters. You may want to rethink the value of associating your app with such old technology. Alot of people are going to look at the icon and just pass the app by because their immediate impression is this must be an app that has to do with something 'old'. this is comparable to using a picture of a rotary dial desk phone, a typewrier, or a pay phone booth.
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