Developed for Total Commander, TC Plugins Manager is a tool that enables users to easily organize plug-ins in the file manager. It comes packed with a few configuration parameters to please all TC users.
The interface is based on a regular window with a plain layout, where you have to point out the Total Commander and Settings file paths.
From this point on, it is possible to install external plugins and manage them from this list, which shows their status, user and file name.
As far as configuration is concerned, you can hide the plug-in types and order numbers in the list, show descriptions and versions in the columns, as well as register the WCX, WLX, WFX and WDX extensions to allow the installation of plugins by pressing the Enter key.
In addition, you can ask Total Commander to restart the last instance, and change the default folders for Lister, Packer, FS, and Content plugins.
The plugin manager uses very little CPU and RAM, so it doesn't affect the overall performance of the computer. It has a good response time and smoothly blends into the Total Commander environment. We haven't come across any issues in our test. All in all, TC Plugins Manager brings some nifty options for all TC users, especially the advanced ones.