Nowdays, Mac users have a lot of options to find an orthodox or even unorthodox file manager for their liking that enhances or replaces the Finder: Path Finder - $39.95 (30-day trial provided). TotalFinder - $9 (14-day trial provided). XtraFinder - Free. Commander One - Standard version is free, PRO Pack is $29.95. DCommander - $20.99 (30-day trial provided). Files - Files Lite is free, the Pro version costs $24.99. XCommander - $4.99. Total Manager - $14.99 (trial version provided). Double Commander - Free. etc. When I started to use a Mac, I had a lot of trouble finding a Total Commander-like program. Tried a number of alternatives (some from the above list), but they were far from my liking for different reasons. I stayed with the Finder that caused me a lot of headaches because of its bugs and limited functuonality. In August I'd been browsing the Mac App Store and found a software. Bought it. Started to like it. It was well designed in a Bauhaus simple style, clear, user-friendly, very flexible and last but not least powerful. When I faced problems, mainly because I had the MAS-version, I contacted the support team. Next day, received detailed answers to my questions with the chance provided to use the full-featured version. I was impressed. The application is ForkLift2 ($29.95, trial version provided). Will you please share what is the File Manager of your choice and why?