Sounds good? Well it looks good too.
DCommander is a two-pane file manager that gives you a side-by-side view of any two locations on your computer or network. Whether you’re syncing, moving, or condensing your target files, you always have a sense of where they’re coming from, and where they’re headed. This intuitive dual-panel display makes connections and transfer direction easy to read, whether you’re working between folders or between servers.
Quick batch operations
The app’s batch processing features make it easy to handle a high volume of files at once and copy files faster overall. Batch process whole folders with just a click, cutting down on repetitive busywork. DCommander’s tab feature allows you to set up and manage multiple files at once, so you’re never stuck waiting for a transfer to finish.
DCommander looks right at home on your Mac with a slick, lightweight look. Its intuitive interface assigns large, colorful icons to the app’s main functions so beginners can get the hang of it quickly. Users can switch between the standard view and a darkened night-time mode designed to relieve late-night eyestrain.
Seamless background work
File transfers, especially complicated ones, don’t happen instantly. With the app’s background transfer manager, you can keep an eye on how your operations are going without opening the app menu. A quick click in the menu bar lets you see how far along your syncs and transfers are and alerts you to any issues that might need a closer look.
Deep dives for pro-level users
While accessible to beginners, DCommander also packs the tools more advanced users need to get the job done. A HEX viewer, checksums, and in-depth file information features give you all the detail you need to make an informed decision about where, when, and how to move your files.
Outside storage assistance
A built-in manager makes adding outside servers and other storage setups a snap. Not only can you connect with FTP and SCP drives, you can even preview and open non-local files on those drives. It’s just another way Dcommander gives you total access when you need it.