Altap Salamander 3.02


Altap Salamander is a fast and reliable two-panel file manager for Windows. It has an intuitive interface, offers viewers for all popular file formats as well as support for common archives, and has built-in FTP and SFTP clients. Altap Salamander is a way to work with files more efficiently.


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Windows 8.1 Support

Altap Salamander 3.02 works seamlessly with both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, and 2000.

Performance

Altap Salamander is designed to be as fast as possible: quick navigation among directories, fast directories reading, fast and smooth painting of panels.

Viewers

Built-in viewers will instantly display content of most popular file formats. Text and binary files, bitmap and vector images, Office documents or database files.

Archivers

Work with your files even if they are stored in archives. All major formats as ZIP, RAR, 7-Zip, or ISO/UDF image are supported.

Connectivity

Most popular network protocols such as FTP, FTPS, SCP, or SFTP are supported.

Security and Privacy

Full control over your recent history lists, seamlessly integrated Password Manager, or option to protect your sensitive files with strong encryption algorithms.

Extensibility

Open architecture allows to extend Altap Salamander with custom plugins or automate common tasks using scripts written in any language supported by the Windows Script Host such as JScript or VBScript.

Much much more

Altap Salamander has much more useful features built in, including File Comparator, Undelete plugin for deleted files recovery, or powerful Renamer plugin. Learn more...

What our customers say

 

I recently started using Salamander again after having first used it in the 90's. I'm very pleased to have gone back to it as I find it much more convenient to use than the typically encountered file managers. The way it uses two panes in one fixed view makes it real easy to navigate and move, copy and paste files between two folders, especially for those who prefer quick keystrokes and short cuts as opposed to slow mouse movements.

Hilgard Nel