muCommander is an open source, cross-platform and useful graphical software written in the Java programming language and designed to act as a Norton Commander-style file manager that supports Linux, BSD, Solaris, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.
Features at a glance
Key features include support for virtual filesystem via Samba (SMB), HTTP/HTTPS, Hadoop HDFS, Amazon S3, NFS (Network File System), FTP (File Transfer Protocol), Bonjour and SFTP (Secure FTP) connectivity, support for basic file management functionality, including copy, paste, move, rename, create directories, or email files, as well as support for creating, uncompress and browse TAR, GZ, BZ2, RAR, ISO, DEB, AR, NRG, 7z, LST and ZIP archives.
Another interesting features is support for numerous keyboard shortcuts that aim to offer you a complete all-keyboard operation. Additionally, it comes with a universal credentials (username and passwords) and bookmarks manager and lets you modify ZIP archives on-the-fly, so you won’t have to recompress them entirely.
Furthermore, the application offers a beautiful, customizable and intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) that features tabbed navigation, support for multiple windows, it is highly configurable and comes with a wide range of options so you can make it look and act exactly the way you want.
Supported in over 27 languages
Foreign users will be pleased to learn that the muCommander application is translated in over 27 langauges, including English (British and US), German, French, Czech, Spanish, Romanian, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, Danish, Hungarian, Catalan, Brazilian Portuguese, Slovak, Dutch, Slovenian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Swedish, Japanese, Polish, Norwegian, Arabic, Italian and Turkish.
Runs on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows
Being designed from the ground up to be a cross-platform file manager, muCommander can be successfully used on all distributions of Linux, as well as on the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. Both 64-bit and 32-bit CPU architectures are supported at this time.