A lot’s changed since the first release of Commander One and we are proud that every year the amount of active users is constantly rising. For all those who’ve been missing a famous dual-panel file manager for Windows PC, we tried to keep the best of what the classic solution offered, and did it with all the affection to macOS users.
There are different reasons why people choose our file manager: someone searched for Total Commander for Mac, someone for native Finder alternative, others wanted to get the stable Android file transfer software, or looked for a reliable FTP client for macOS. And this list could be longer thanks to a lot of Commander One features that make this application an advanced tool for file management and document sharing between Mac, clouds and mobile gadgets.
We appreciate your choice and our developers prepared even more features and improvements for Commander One v2.0 for faster, more stable and simply better experience on macOS. So, let’s see what we can offer with this major update:
- ability to open and edit files stored on online connections
- ability to open and edit files in archives (except for RAR)
- ability to open and edit files on MTP and iOS devices
- support for Box.com
- support for Backblaze.com
- a new type of connection for OpenStack Swift (Object Storage), with Keystone authentication services v.1 and v.2
- ability to choose server endpoint for Amazon S3
- support for new regions in Amazon S3: cn-north-1 Beijing, eu-north-1 Stockholm
- SSO support for OneDrive
- Microsoft Cloud Germany (office.de) support for OneDrive
- ability to work with “Shared with me” folder on Google Drive
- ability to mount to WebDAV servers with untrusted HTTPS certificate
- support for encryption on online connections.
- support for Dropbox Business
- support for Google Team Drives
- support for Finder Extensions (Dropbox, Google Backup and Sync, etc.)
- support for Finder Tags
- support for dark mode on macOS 10.14
- Italian and Portuguese localizations
- support for OpenSSH keys for SFTP connections
- ability to select a UI language in preferences
- ability to configure the appearance of the built-in preview
- ability to configure the appearance of the built-in Terminal
- functionality of operations queue
- operation speed of WebDAV connection
- icons size changes when adjusting the font size
- functionality of built-in Terminal
- work with MTP devices
- support for UTF-8 for FTP connections
- support for Cyrillic characters for FTP connections
- the display of symbolic link icons.
- support for AZERTY keyboard.
Lots of other minor fixes and improvements (thank you for your continued feedback!).
Hope you will enjoy Commander One 2 and find something special that would make your work on Mac more efficient, doesn’t matter if you use our file manager as an Archiver for Mac, Terminal emulator, Cloud manager or provide another scenario with our multitool-manager.
We are open to any question or suggestion concerning Commander One and, as always, will appreciate your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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