File Manager for Windows to replace Total Commander

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Looking for dvuhpolnyh file Manager replacement Total Commander, axis — Windows 7.

Total good, but to feel comfortable you have to put the plugins, I write it on the wall behind the monitor hotkeys, which are often different from those commonly used, etc. — to me all this is not necessary.

Who that can advise? Just not FAR, with him, I do not get along exactly.
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frigate I liked at the time, but he was paid and I yuzal it to the FTP. But there is not enough modules, but it is glamorous
and then I put filezilla and deleted it.
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XYplorer.
the only drawback is the 64-bit version is not in this year is not expected.
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xplorer2
\rzabkat.com/x2facts.htm all links lead to a short animation.
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Taba, backlight files, console and other buns.
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There are still Double Commander
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In such cases, I usually use this service:
\ralternativeto.net/software/total-commander/
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Perhaps there you will find the answer to your question.
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I recommend to try bundle explorer + Clover + FileMenu Tools + ShellToys + classic shell
not 2 panel, but mnogovkladochnom as a browser.

This bundle does not allow me to use TS, as soon shows inconveniences and limitations.
Although I honestly tried several times to move and touch. But it is hardwood of some kind.

I do not consider the program to view the archives, HaoZip or viewer Imagine, it is a matter of taste.
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