Slide WinNc, filemanager
for Windows
WinNc is a file manager developed for Windows 10, but still downwards compatible with Windows 8 and 7.
Our NC clone file manager is inspired on the dual panel concept of the old file manager Norton Commander.

WinNc dates back since 1995 and is actively developed for Windows 10.
File management exactly
the way you want it
WinNc for Windows 10
Do you like WinNc? Try another title from Dunes: Project Timer is a free, powerful time sheet application for Windows that runs in the task bar notification area. Project Timer allows you manage, report and invoice how much time you’ve spend on your projects.


WinNc 7 for Windows 10 available

Dunes MultiMedia released a new version of their file manager WinNc (v7.0.0.0) for Windows 10 on their site:  Now available with a 25% discount in the month after the release. (Coupon code WINNC7)


windows-app-winnc Version | Added on 24-07-2015 | Filesize: 12,0 MB

Major release. Distributed version with latest bugfixes. Download Norton Commander.

Changes in  (24-07-2015)

– WinNc is now available for Windows 10
– New interface for Windows 10
– Added color folders in Windows 10 style (only available in Windows 10)
– Bug: View MP3 files crashes WinNc (#528)
– Bug: Font preview in panel options is not updated (#527)
– Bug: Tree view on larger fonts incorrect item distance (#526)
– Feature: Update of Unrar dll (#525)
– Feature: New Flat Icon set
– Bug: Mixup in multiple instances options (#489)
– Bug: Synchronization function doesnt consider strict date compare off feature (#397)
– Bug: WinNc fails on WMF9 library if DLL is not installed (#506)
– Bug: XML editor doesnt allow dtd’s (#422)
– Bug: WinNc search date filter does not work (#415)
– Bug: Relative Move fails (#395)
– Bug: When viewing a set of images and returning the last images is not selected in the panel when exiting the viewer (#362)
– Bug: More than 400 x 7 MB files Thumbs do not display correctly (#357)
– Bug: You click on Cancel run, the deletion window is displayed even after the next start. (#340)