Cloud Commander Desktop is a free software by Cloud Commander and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2012.
You can download Cloud Commander Desktop which is 91.78 MB in size and belongs to the software category Other Internet Related. Cloud Commander Desktop was released on 2017-06-07 and last updated on our database on 2017-09-23 and is currently at version 7.7.
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Cloud Commander Desktop Description
When it comes to web file managers, you know, the ones that help you manage a server and work with various files and directories through web-based UIs, it's safe to say that the options are not exactly varied.
One of the most interesting cloud file managers, now available as a desktop app
Cloud Commander is a fairly traditional web-based file manager that basically allows you to preview, edit, manage files and folders, as well as upload and download content to and from a server via your web browser of choice.
Since we're on the subject, if using a web browser to do all that might is not exactly your thing, you should definitely give Cloud Commander Desktop a quick try out. In just a few words, this app is a wrapper for the web client, which means that it brings the whole functionality of Cloud Commander from the web browser directly to your computer's desktop. It's worth pointing out that it does not even require installation, as you only need to download the package, unzip it, and launch the app via its designated executable file.
Built-in audio player and picture viewer, as well as editors with syntax highlighting capabilities, are just some of the provided benefits
It's quite clear, then, this is a no-drawbacks-all-benefits type of situation. As expected, the app can be used for managing both local or remote files, and it also comes with support for hotkeys and Windows-related CMD commands. Furthermore, you can view images and text files, play music or view videos and edit your files on the go, thanks to its built-in console and surprisingly competent editors (dubbed Dword, Edward, and Deepword, they also feature syntax highlighting).
Other than that, you should also expect to find the same reactive and fairly intuitive UI, with the same two classic panels, and all the primary controls neatly positioned right underneath. As mentioned before, you can access almost all of the features with the help of hotkeys. Namely, with the help of keys ranging from F1 to F10 you can access the Help menu, rename, view, edit, copy, or move files and folders, create new directories, delete elements, open the menu and the configuration section.
Provides reliable (local and remote) file management, directly from the desktop
To conclude, Cloud Commander was already a very compelling package even before the addition of a desktop client in the form of an Electron-based wrapper dubbed Cloud Commander Desktop which, truth be told, only makes everything even more accessible and a lot more convenient to use.