I highly recommend ZTree, you can get it as a 30 day trial at www.ztree.com
In the olden days I also used Norton Commander, but I used mostly XTree.(DOS
und it's not made anymore) Ztree is a new development vaguely based on Xtree
and it is constantly worked on and updated, like the commander, Ztree can
also show 2 directories, hardrives etc. (just hit F8) and copy, move,
rename, graft etc. from one to the other. It runs under all
Windows-Versions, even Vista. Commands are entered with the keyboard.
btw, I am not working for, nor affiliated with Ztree,
I just think this program is great. Try it, you'll like it!
(> < )Just be happy and keep on smiling!
"Mike Matheny" <thomasdotmdotmatheny@nasadotgov> wrote in message
> In article <email@example.com>, kraut says...
>> >I've forgotten what the WIN3.1 file manager looked like because I went
>> >over to Norton Desktop for Windows which I loved because I could have
>> >two sets of panes showing the files and so easily drag and drop from
>> >one to another.
>> >Now I use a program that gives similar results (and more) called either
>> >Explorer Plus (which version now seems to have gone completely) or
>> >It has the same dual pane display of files (if that's what you want)
>> >and a host of other features including a Fast Find and a function under
>> >Edit that enables you to copy a file name or a path to a file from the
>> >file manager display.
>> >Check out:
>> >and for that one there is a free version that is not as fully featured
>> >that is on their download page:
>> >I'm running ExplorerPlus under VISTA so PowerDesk ought to run OK
>> >although it only mentions XP.
>> Thanks for suggestions but none look like or sound like what I am
>> looking for.
>> The old File Manager list directories in left pane and files in right
>> pane and that is all. Just file names and directories.
>> I can not belive that MS still has this (File Manager) available on it
>> web site for download at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q85557/
>> Thanks again.
> In PowerDesk you can make it drives/folder left, files right. Download it
> try it, it is not bad!
> Mike Matheny