The Tools menu of AB Commander offers the following commands:
Opens the selected file with the preferred Quick Editor.
Opens the selected file with the alternative Quick Editor.
Opens the selected file with the preferred Quick Viewer.
Opens the selected file with the alternative Quick Viewer.
Starts the preferred Quick Finder application.
Starts the alternative Quick Finder application.
Opens the New Folder window.
Opens the Find Files or Folders window. This command has the same effect as the Windows' Find command (accessible from Windows shortcut menu).
Opens the Folder Options window. This command has the same effect as the Folder Options command of Windows Control Panel.
Turns the Zip folders feature of Windows off or on. When the Zip folders are off, Windows treats the Zip files as regular files and does not open them as if they were folders. You may want to disable the Zip folders if you use a separate program for opening the Zip files (such as BitZipper ). Note that this command has no effect on Windows 7, because the security features of Windows 7 prevent other programs from modifying the system settings such as Zip folders.
Opens the Command prompt window. If you use Windows Vista, you can press CTRL and SHIFT keys while choosing this command to open the elevated command prompt window.
If you use Windows Vista with User Account Control (UAC) enabled, you can use this command to restart AB Commander elevated (with the administrator rights) or restricted (with the standard user rights). This command is not available if you run Windows XP or an earlier version of Windows.
Loads the previously saved settings from a file created with the Export Settings command.
Saves the current settings into a file. The settings saved into a file contain all configuration data of AB Commander, including the positions and sizes of the widows, toolbars, colors, history lists, options, and all other customizable aspects of AB Commander. Later you can load the settings back from the file using the Import settings command.
Opens the Map Network drive window.
Opens the Disconnect Network drive window.