Sometime I get to modify existing open source project and add some feature into it, or sometime I have to start with codes which I have written a long time ago or codes from another developer. In this task, many time I have to figure out where I can possibly start looking for modifications, or edit some texts. So which tool saved my life in this cases? Of course Total Commander. This tool was first introduced to me by Misho, and then by Hasan. Simply after that, I fall into love with this awesome, ubiquitous (he he he) and all purpose file manager software and now it has been part of my daily life.
Here is a list of some features which comes handy for me
* Keyboard shortcuts — Oh ya
* Exploring ext2 and ext3 file system from within windows.
* Easy navigation through compressed archives
* Directory comparison, where I can easily find out the difference between two folders
* File comparison, to find out what is changed between two version of a file.
* Quick preview and quick modification
* quick preview to almost every type of file, well, I can see PSD files too,without installing photoshop.
* CD and DVD burning
* Multi renaming tool
* and many many more
Furthermore, the tool is totally free (well, its a shareware). Lets have a look at it today.