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Which operating systems are supported??

There are 2 versions of Total Commander: 32 bit and 16 bit. The 32 bit version runs on Windows 95, 98, ME, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista. The 16 bit version runs on Windows 3.1.

Can certain files be excluded from copying?

Yes, there are two lines in the copy dialog, one for the target directory and a name change, and a second line for the files to be copied. Here you can not only specify file types to be copied (e.g. *.doc *.xls), but also those which should not be copied, e.g. *.* | *.bak *.old File types behind the vertical line will then not be copied. The line (pipe symbol) is used because it's not allowed in normal file names.

Total Commander cannot access files containing certain characters like ALT+255. What can I do?

DOS and Windows use different character sets, ASCII and ANSI. Certain characters contained in ASCII such as DOS line drawing characters do not exist in Windows! You must start a DOS box and rename the file by hand with RENAME. A similar problem exists on Windows NT: This system uses Unicode to store file names. If there is a file name from a different language than set in Windows (e.g. Russian or Chinese), Total Commander cannot access it.

In the file lists, Total Commander doesn't display the right icons for files associated with programs! It displays the *.ICO file type icon for all!

That occurs in 32-bit versions if you increased or decreased the title-bar height in Windows. If possible, restore the size to 18, which is the default. If you want to keep the customized title-bar height, you need to change each icon (only xxx.ICO files) for each file type by a different one, contained in a DLL or ICL icon-library; you can choose icons in any *.EXE program file too. Then, Total Commander will display the right icons everywhere!

How can I quickly switch to an often used directory?

Either use the directory hotlist (CTRL+D), or create a button in the button bar or an entry in the start menu. The directory hotlist allows to add/remove the currently active directory. To add a dir to the button bar, select the directory, hold down the SHIFT key, and drag the directory to the button bar. A new icon will appear. You can also create a menu item in the "Start Menu" using the command cd c:\dirname. (Total Commander requires you to specify the whole path).

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