Commander One is the best Mac file manager for general use. But it also includes advanced utilities that make it useful for almost any purpose. Any system task - whether it’s disk browsing, mounting, process tracking, or even Terminal work - can be done within the same convenient two-panel interface.
Archives are handled well in Commander One, with full encrypted ZIP and RAR compatibility. The ability to adjust compression rate is also neat, allowing you to choose between speed and size reduction.
It’s easy to mount an FTP server in Commander One, and so convenient to just drag a few files in and out, with your ordinary hard drive open on the second panel. Cloud drives can be added in too, with easy browsing and search available for any directory.