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Total Commander (64-bit)

Total Commander 9.0a (64-bit)

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Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system.

Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of Total Commander 9.0a (64-bit).

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What's new in this version:

- Fixed: Mapped USB drives or network drives added after starting TC would show up with internal icon/as disconnected when using Explorer icons and no drive buttonbar
- Fixed: Network Neighborhood: Entries which appeared with a delay were sometimes shown as files, not folders
- Fixed: Standalone install64.exe ignored UserName= line in install.inf when auto-installing. Furthermore, the line userforicons= was unused
- Fixed: Clear pending numeric coprocessor exceptions also before dispatching Windows messages to reduce problems with C/C++ plugins and extensions
- Fixed: Unpack files with forbidden characters ?*| also from 7zip and rar archives, partial support for packer plugins too
- Fixed: Disabled the fix "Support invalid ZIP archives with UTF-8-encoded names but missing UTF-8 flag (created by Dropbox)" on systems with double byte charsets like Chinese, because some valid Chinese double byte characters would be detected as UTF-8
- Fixed: Alt+F5 re-pack files from within an archive, no target path given (e.g. rar:newfile.rar) -> archive was created in TEMP dir, need to insert current directory
- Fixed: Lister (F3): Search for regular expressions in UTF-8 and UTF-16 modes didn't handle backslashes correctly, had to enter instead of to find a single backslash
- Fixed: Auto switch mode: sort order was lost when restarting TC while in an archive, and view mode of parent directory had sort order set to "unchanged"
- Fixed: Reduced flickering when pressing ESC while not in command line
- Fixed: Quick filter: Filter icon was drawn 1 pixel too high, separator line was overdrawn
- Fixed: Brief view, select all, select nothing, select all -> total number of files was no longer shown in footer
- Fixed: In rare cases, TC may start with empy file panels. To fix, add to wincmd.ini [Configuration] FixEmptyPanel=1