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CandyMan



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Necromancer's Dos Navigator (file manager) ready to download
Necromancer's Dos Navigator v2.31.5458 (the best file manager) ready to download

Today is 2017-07-27

Necromancer's Dos Navigator [NDN] is a clone of the famous "Norton Commander". It uses an easy to use and learn text-mode interface, is highly customizable, and has a lot of features.

Features:
- Long File Names Support
- Multi-windowed interface
- Disk utilities
- Comprehensive File Manager
- 26 types of archives supported
- Powerful customizable editor with 3 code pages support
- Hex-editor with code pages support
- Huge strings support
- Regular expressions
- Spreadsheet communications
- Multiconfiguration
and more...

32-bit and 64-bit versions exist for Dos and Windows:
NDN: DOS/DPMI32 (D32)
NDN: DOS/DPMI64 (D64)
NDN: Windows (W32)
NDN: Windows (W64)
NDN: Language resources - Can be used to translate the resource files to other languages or to customize keyboard shortcuts.

It is possible to download files from here.

They are test versions (particularly 64-bit) therefore I ask to report possible bugs!!!

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Post 20 Feb 2016, 10:00
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rugxulo



Joined: 09 Aug 2005
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I have not tried this (yet).

Though I'm well aware of NDN (DOS) and have it installed. But I had thought it was abandoned a long time ago (2010), so I don't know how you even found sources (which were never public, AFAIK, unlike other DN variants).

I don't even frequent this forum that much anymore, so it's luck that I even noticed. But it sounds highly intriguing, for various reasons!

I suspect you'd get more testing if you mentioned it at BTTR's forum or perhaps on one of the FreeDOS mailing lists.
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jorsh



Joined: 11 Mar 2017
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I used 2.31.5414 under Windows 10/32 bit for a while. So far there is one noticeable difference compare with 5309 - 5414 can't not open current directory in the browser from Ctrl-F shortcut. This feature works fine in 5309. Also, "start ." from NDN command line opens current directory in the browser just fine.
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CandyMan



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thank you jorsh for your answer. New version 2.31.5458 was recompiled.

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