The Command menu of AB Commander offers the following commands that you can use to manage your files and folders:
Opens the Copy window that you can use to copy files from one folder to another. This command does NOT copy the selected objects to the clipboard, unlike the Edit - Copy command offered by Windows Explorer.
Opens the Move window that you can use to move files from one folder to another.
Opens the Rename window that you can use to rename files.
If the Delete files to Recycle Bin, if possible, without asking to confirm option is checked, AB Commander moves the selected files into Recycle Bin, without asking you to confirm the delete operation. If that option is not checked, or if you keep the Ctrl key pressed while selecting this command from the menu, then AB Commander opens the Delete window that you can use to delete files or move them to the Recycle Bin.
Reverses the last reversible file operation (such as Rename, Copy, Move, and Delete to Recycle Bin). Note that it can reverse a file operation that was performed by another file management program, such as Windows Explorer. Also, keep in mind that not all operations can be undone.
Opens the Split window that you can use to split large files into several smaller segments.
Opens the Merge window that you can use to merge file segments back into the original files.
Opens the List window that you can use to create a printable list of the files displayed in the active panel.
Opens the Stamp window that you can use to change the time stamp of a file.
Copies the attributes of the selected objects onto the Clipboard.
Opens the Select window that you can use to select or deselect groups of files using the "wildcards".
Inverts selection of objects in the active panel.
Selects all objects in the active panel.
Deselects all objects in the active panel.