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Number of Ratings:   12
Number of Reviews:   3

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szg says:
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The best 2-pane file manager in ...  
5.0
 
written almost 9 years ago

Another excellent open-source Windows program from Russia. I simply do not understand how people can survive Windows without Far.

A few highlights:

Its built-in editor is one of the best in the world with a cool syntax highlighting plugin, column selection etc.
Seamless integration with Windows: clipboard, right-click context menus, default actions for file types, everything.
Built-in command line (unlike all those dodgy GUI commanders).
Unicode support.
Plugins: network browser, process browser, regedit, Winamp, all in a panel. Anything you can imagine.

2 out of 2 users found the following review helpful.

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pcardout says:
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A windows version of the Linux "...  
5.0
 
written over 8 years ago

Linux has long had "midnight commander" a
linux implementation of the wonderful and antique Norton Commander for DOS. I couldn't live without it. It is a wonderful way to move files around and keep directories in synch. Far brings MC functionality back to the Windows world. If you want to avoid clicking and dragging files around and instead efficiently select single or multiple files or whole directories and move them around or view them, this is for you!

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pcardout says:
Ad36dd51e47103682f3acfcceadf3139?&s=58&rating=pg&d=https%3a%2f%2fopenhub.net%2fanon80
A windows version of the Linux "...  
5.0
 
written over 8 years ago

Linux has long had "midnight commander" a
linux implementation of the wonderful and antique Norton Commander for DOS. I couldn't live without it. It is a wonderful way to move files around and keep directories in synch. Far brings MC functionality back to the Windows world. If you want to avoid clicking and dragging files around and instead efficiently select single or multiple files or whole directories and move them around or view them, this is for you!

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freddyrt says:
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Far Manager  
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written over 8 years ago

a classic

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szg says:
Def1b1fd4342d9e332b7a3bf41f57a00?&s=58&rating=pg&d=https%3a%2f%2fopenhub.net%2fanon80
The best 2-pane file manager in ...  
5.0
 
written almost 9 years ago

Another excellent open-source Windows program from Russia. I simply do not understand how people can survive Windows without Far.

A few highlights:

Its built-in editor is one of the best in the world with a cool syntax highlighting plugin, column selection etc.
Seamless integration with Windows: clipboard, right-click context menus, default actions for file types, everything.
Built-in command line (unlike all those dodgy GUI commanders).
Unicode support.
Plugins: network browser, process browser, regedit, Winamp, all in a panel. Anything you can imagine.

2 out of 2 users found the following review helpful.

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