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Terminal Emulator for Mac
Commander One

Commander One is a dual-panel file manager for Mac offering lots of handy features. Get more control over your files with the Command Line bar in the main application window, and fully maintain your file structure and system processes with the built-in Mac Terminal emulator.
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Execute terminal commands directly from Commander One window.
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/Emulator window
Bring Terminal window up front really fast with the hotkey and manage your files and processes like a pro.
/Use Terminal for folder management
Apply commands to the contents of a folder currently opened in the file manager window.

Free File manager for Apple

Commander One is your go-to file management app with the classic dual panel interface and modern operating mechanisms. For the true fans of Total Commander for Windows, Commander One for Mac is a perfect switch. It is considered an effective Finder alternative for those looking for a fast and professional data management.

Show hidden files

Show/hide hidden files with a handy toggle switch

Fonts & Colors

Brighten up your long working day with favorite fonts and colors

Brief mode

Perfect for a simplified overview of all your files

Favorites and History

rack your file operations and get a convenient access to the most used files
essentials at your fingertips

Customized Hotkeys

Create your own combinations for lightning-fast operations with files

Unlimited tabs

Never run out of tabs, have the most used folders always at hand

Convenient items selection

Selection of items is as easy as if you were hand-picking them

File operations queue

Ongoing file operations are queued in the background for easy access
free and handy bonus tools

ZIP files

Compress, extract, or open ZIP as a regular folder

Built-in file viewer

Hex, Binary, texts, images, media, HTML types are all supported

Local Computers on tap

Commander One can locate available machines on the network and list them

Root Access

The most complete control over your files with the deepest access
PRO Pack
A powerful PRO Pack of Commander One can be used for free for 15 days!

Native FTP client

Enjoy an easy access to remote servers via FTP, SFTP or FTPS

Work with Amazon S3

Your Amazon S3 files are easy to work with just as if they were saved locally

WebDAV protocol

Connect to and work with WebDAV servers directly from Commander One window


Mount or integrate your Dropbox accounts. Thanks to integration you get the sharing possibility right from the app

Mount Google Drive

Work with your multiple docs and sheets without even opening a web browsers

Microsoft OneDrive

Work with your online content in the same manner as with local files

Mount iOS devices

Accessing and managing an iOS device content as a mounted disk is so easy

Android and MTP as disks

Plug MTP and Android devices in your computer to access their files as local

ZIP, RAR, TBZ, TGZ, 7zip

Compress and extract your archives in Commander One

Process viewer

View all ongoing processes on your Mac and quit any if needed

Terminal emulator

Manage your files and folders as a pro with this fast and simple approach


Enjoy personalization in Commander One with lots of fun color schemes

Commander One Languages

  • Český
  • Deutsch
  • English
  • Français
  • Українська
  • Magyar
  • 日本の
  • 한국어
  • Polski
  • Русский
  • Español
  • Nederlands
  • 中文

Commander One

This file manager with Terminal emulator for Mac is fully compatible with MacOS 10.10 and later. Requires 19.75MB free space, latest version 1.7.4(2445) released 21st Sep, 2017

4.5 rank based on 89+ users, Reviews(15) , Reviews (15)
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