Saturday, September 5, 2015 One Commander Portable, Your NEXT file manager!
"... it still requires some work to improve its stability. However, the program proves quite appealing and shows promise for the future, particularly if it continues to resolve through its minor issues and increases its response speed." —Marina Dan, (August 25th, 2015)
One Commander is file manager for Microsoft Windows with improved functionality, re-imagined user interface and experience navigating filesystem and manipulating files.

Size: 40.9 MB (42,979,328 bytes) Packed Size: 21.2 MB (22,261,760 bytes)
SHA-256: 76484BB4430D2F86B0843EFFFD8F5EC6BE66B775F2B3283D102A4921D821B517

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Release Details

Developer: Milos Paripovic (Leanterface Inc until 2018) &
Requirements: Windows 7 or later, .NET 4.6 framework and WPF
License: Freeware (personal and business use)
Source: Included in the package (.ini, .nsh files)

DIY/Do It Yourself: Upgrade to the Latest Release

Requirements 7-Zip, NPP/Notepad++ or other text editor, Launcher Generator/PAL, Installer/PAI.

  1. Get the latest portable app. template, and extract the content with 7-Zip.
  2. Get the latest One Commander release—the portable package.
  3. Put it in the same folder as the extracted template, in our example C:\0TEST, then extract the package to C:\0TEST\OneCommanderPortable\App\OneCommander, Extract files...
    Into appdir...
  4. Browse into App\OneCommander and delete OneCommanderV2.exe.config, we already have modified one in App\DefaultData folder.
  5. Look up version from OneCommanderV2.exe's "Properties" box, Look up version...
  6. Browse to OneCommanderPortable\App\AppInfo and open appinfo.ini file with NPP. Replace the [Version] section with the latest version number. Make sure the PackageVersion entry is in 4 place digit, eg.,
  7. Run PAL, paste the template folder address C:\0TEST\OneCommanderPortable, and click Go—a new launcher will be created, Create new launcher
  8. Test the new launchers by following this guide.
  9. When all is OK, then delete the OneCommanderPortable\Data folder and run PAI, paste the package folder address C:\0TEST\OneCommanderPortable, and click Go—to create the installer package. Create installer
  10. Use the installer package to upgrade your portable application. Don't forget to at least backup your Data folder before any upgrade :)
  11. If you find any changes that's not handled by the launcher, consult the PAL help file to modify the launcher yourself or ask for our paid upgrade support.
Quick and Dirty Update
  1. Make sure you exit One Commander portable cleanly—check that no PortableApps.comLauncherRuntimeData-OneCommanderPortable.ini file in the Data folder.
  2. Delete your current App\OneCommander folder.
  3. Follow step 2-4 of the "DIY/Do It Yourself: Upgrade to the Latest Release" above.
  4. Done.

Portability Notes

  • One Commander do not have portable mode. It stores its settings in Windows data folders while running.
  • We redirect Windows' %USERPROFILE% to the portable app's Data\Home folder, so it's 90% portable—since we can't update the paths due to randomize data folder name.

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