Total Manager for Mac
A straightforward file manager that enables you to easily handle your files and folders, batch rename files, view photos, watch videos and listen to music
DISCOUNT: 50% OFF!Total Manager is a fully-featured Mac OS X file manager that provides a wide variety of tools that you can use to handle you files, compress and extract archives, view pictures, listen to music and watch videos.
An all-inclusive file manager for both novice and experience Mac usersTotal Manager comes with an intuitive user interface similar to Apple’s Finder that features a two pane window with a handy sidebar and customizable toolbar from where you can access various tools and features.
On top of that, you can open multiple tabs in each panel and easily browse through your folders, reveal hidden files and more.
Consequently, the top toolbar helps you extract or compress files, copy, cut, paste or delete files, create new files or folders, batch rename multiple items, open the built-in photo viewer, as well as the audio and video player.
Quickly preview files and preview the content of your archivesTotal Manager seamlessly integrates the QuickLook feature and allows you to preview the selected file without using the above mentioned player or image viewer. What is more, Total Manager helps you keep track of all performed tasks such as extract, copy, move and even cancel them if you change your mind.
With Total Manager’s help you can also preview the contents of various archive types like RAR, 7z, RAR, GZIP, ZIP, STUFFIT, TAR and other popular formats. At the same time, you can compress your files, split them into multiple smaller parts and protect them with a strong AES-256 encryption.
Watch videos and preview images directly from within Total Manager’s main windowThanks to the built-in multimedia player, you can watch videos and listen to music while the image viewer helps you preview photos, zoom in or out, rotate them and display them in fullscreen slideshows.
Total Manager was reviewed by George Popescu
Last updated on March 28th, 2015