We’ve added native Apple Silicon support to Commander One!

Alex Taylor in Mac Software,System Utilities,The Company/Releases
25 May 2021, 14:21
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We never stop improving your favorite file manager. That’s why we have prepared a new update to simplify your workflow. Keep on reading to know more.

One of the greatest news is that from now on you can use Commander One on Apple’s ARM-powered Macs. With the updated version, Commander One became faster and more stable for all operations with files on your Mac. Here you can find improvements, fixes as well as new features that you’ve asked our developers team. We consider all wishes of our users and try to implement them with every single update. So let’s check what it has in this update:


  • native support for Apple’s new M1 chips
  • support for multipart upload on Amazon S3 connections
  • ability to sort connections in Connections Manager


  • work with Backblaze
  • contextual menu for Amazon S3 connections
  • moving files and folders on Amazon S3 connections
  • displaying of filenames in Brief and Thumbs modes
  • creating TAR archives with large files
  • performance and memory usage when copying files from SFTP
  • work with MTP devices
  • work with Finder Extensions (Dropbox, Google Backup and Sync, etc.)
  • creating FTP connections


  • search files by content
  • displaying the names of computers on the network

Thank you for staying with us! We are open to any question or suggestion concerning Commander One and, as always, will appreciate your feedback at support@electronic.us. And one more thing – don’t forget to subscribe to our social networks to stay tuned to the Commander One latest news.

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