The View menu of AB Commander offers the following commands that you can use to control the appearance of AB Commander:
Opens the selected folder in a new tab.
Opens the current folder in a new tab.
Closes the current tab.
Switches to the next tab.
Switches to the previous tab.
Disables the tabs if they are currently enabled, or enables them if they are currently disabled.
Toggles (shows or hides) the main toolbar.
Opens the Customize Toolbar window for the main toolbar.
Toggles the Drive bar.
Resets the Drive bar. Use this command after adding or removing the logical drives, if the Drive bar does not update itself automatically.
Toggles the main status bar, that contains the command prompt and the indicators.
Opens the Status bar Indicators window.
Switches to the system font to display file names.
Selects a custom font to display file names.
Switches to the system color to display file names.
Selects a custom color to display file names.
Switches to the system background color to display file information.
Selects a custom background color to display file information. Note that due to the Windows limitations, it does not change the background color of the Name column in the file panels.
Switches the view to/from the full-screen mode.
Switches the main window to/from the maximized mode. This command has the same effect as the Maximize/Restore button in the title bar.
Allows to specify the size of the AB Commander window in a precise number of pixels.
Hides the main window and displays an icon in the taskbar notification area. You can then click on the icon with the mouse to restore the main window in its original position.
Updates the main window and both panels.
Opens the Options for AB Commander.
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.
Erases all history lists maintained by AB Commander (such as the list of the recently visited folders, opened files, etc. Note that it only clears the history maintained by AB Commander, and it has no effect on the history lists maintained by Windows and Windows Explorer that may appear within AB Commander.