FileVoyager is a free dual pane file manager for Microsoft Windows. It was originally developed to allow the study of the Windows’ Shell API’s, but has grown into a full featured file manager and a powerful file viewer.
FileVoyager is released as a freeware software.

The following links bring to articles explaining how to use FileVoyager

The main interface
The navigation pane
Items selection and deselection
The viewer interface
The Hash Tool
The Hash Tool: Check for malware files using

You can also read about the

Things to come as well as about the
Known issues.

If you want FileVoyager in your language and that language is not available, you may want to contribute and

Create a new language file

Some key features of FileVoyager are:

– Browsing of disks, folders (real or virtual), shares, archives and FTP/FTPS in one unified way
– Browsing can be done in various modes (like report or thumbnail modes)
– Allowing usual file operations (rename, copy, move, link, delete, recycle) in the containers listed above and even between them
– Packing and unpacking of ZIP, 7Zip, GZip, BZip2, XZ, Tar and WIM formats (FileVoyager wraps 7-zip)
– Unpacking of ARJ, CAB, XAR, Z, RAR, LZH, LZMA, ISO, WIM and many others (FileVoyager wraps 7-zip)
– Playing of virtually any Audio or Video formats (FileVoyager relies at once on installed codecs, on WMP and on VLC)
– Offering quick preview capability for any file format with:

– Rendering of multimedia files (including M3U, PLS, ASX, WPL, MPCPL and XSPF playlist formats)
– Viewing of ebook and comicbooks including PDF, EPUB, MOBI, FB2, DJVU, CBR, CBZ, XPS, … (Powered by SumatraPDF)
– Syntax highlighting for virtually any source code language/format (Powered by Scintilla)
– Rendering final view for formats supported by Preview Handlers (like Office files, PDF, pictures, …)
– Support of many character encodings (SBCS including various ANSI implementations, UTF-8, UTF-16, EBCDIC)
– Displaying in flat or hexadecimal for any format

– And many others tools and functionalities
– Runs on Windows XP Service Pack 2 and up, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x and Windows 10

Documentation was last modified: December 25th, 2019 by FileVoyager (Author)

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