You're in command of your files with muCommander

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muCommander is a cross-platform file manager. With an interface reminiscent of Norton Commander, you can easily browse not only local volumes, but also remote files via FTP, NFS, Samba, and more. You can copy and move files, rename them, create directories—basically everything you would expect a file manager app to do.

You can save time and effort by also being able to create and manipulate files of several popular archive formats, including ZIP, TAR, Gzip, and more.

You can configure the UI to make it work the way you do—sort by file- or directory name, extension, size, date, or permissions. Show or hide hidden files; mix folders in with files (like a Mac), or separate them out, like Windows.

muCommander is built in Java, so it runs on any platform that supports Java, including Windows, OS X, Linux, and more.

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