A file manager for Windows taking a nod from Norton Commander
An excellent alternative to Windows 10’s Explorer interface, file manager WinNc takes a nod from Norton Commander’s style and builds on it for a modern computer. The tabbed interface simply makes exploring your PC so much easier and more organized. The Dutch developer introduces “Projects” which can include and organize specified files and folders from different parts (or drives) connected to your computer.
WinNc also includes the shortcuts you’d normally see in Windows Explorer. It can copy, move, delete, compress and more.
A nice touch to the application is the color-coding of various tasks that are active. This way, you can easily identify and postpone certain tasks in favor of more urgent ones. You can also set a maximum number of parallel operations that can run at the same time.
A well thought out File Manager
The panel layout is also well thought out, allowing you to complete multiple tasks at the same time when configured. Coming bundled with WinNc Norton Commander is a slideshow viewer, better than the one that comes with Windows.
In fact, on the point of the layout, I think it looks great taking a step back from the curving look that Windows 7 presents and going back to straighter lines. The program supports Windows 10 natively but can also run on older versions like Windows 8 and Windows 7.
File manager WinNc is a simple and easily navigable alternative to the standard windows file manager. The program helps you with daily work in Windows.
WinNc is licensed as Shareware for the Windows operating system/platform and can be used as a free trial forever. WinNc is available to all software users as a free download (Shareware) with potential restrictions and is not necessarily the download of the full version.
Summing up, WinNc is user-friendly, practical, reliable and packed with features that can surely meet the most demanding tasks you encounter.