Working with paths:
To enter a path in the FreeCommander Address bar, middleclick on it or use the [Alt]+[G] shortcut and set it to edit mode. You can even type your path in DOS command line if you have enabled it from Settings > DosPrompt: Show Command Line.
|Enter the path in the Address Bar after pressing Alt+G|
If you have made a lot of changes to the settings of Free- Commander and added custom profiles and tabs, it is recommended that you backup your configuration so that you don’t have to go through the whole process again on a new computer if your computer crashes. Go to Extras > Save Settings to back up your settings.
|Click on Save Settings|
Command line parameters:
FreeCommander comes with various command line parameters for those of you who launch applications directly from the command line. Some of the useful ones are:
/L –To set a path in the left pane.
/R – To set a path in the right pane.
/N – Starts FreeCommander as a new instance even if another instance is already running.
/C– Starts FreeCommander and passes the other command line parameters you supplied to the already running instance.