Total Commander is a Shareware program. This means that you can test it for a period of 30 days. After testing the program, you must either order the full version, or delete the
program from your harddisk.
When you register, you receive the latest version on CD, plus a quick reference card with an overview of all Total Commander functions and keystrokes. A personal licence costs 40 Swiss Francs (CHF)
including shipping&handling (US$ 44 online). The price in US-Dollars is now US$ 44 (multiply price in CHF with 1.10) The price in EURO is EUR 32.- (multiply price in CHF with 0.8) Pupils and Students with identity card or other
proof can get the software at a reduced price (30 instead of 40 Swiss Francs, EUR 24 or US$ 34.50). The program must be registered to the student's name. This can be ordered via options 2, 3 and 4.
order the full version, you have the following options:
Send us the
order form by air mail together with an cheque in CHF drawn on a Swiss bank, or a personal cheque in US$ ($44), AUS$ ($50), CAN$ ($50), EUR (32 )
drawn on a bank of the respective country. See the Total Commander help file for details: F1 -> Order. Important note: Checks from Germany, the U.K. and Belgium in Swiss Francs will no longer be accepted,
because of extremely increased banking fees!
Order through one
of our local resellers in The Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, South Africa, Taiwan and many more!
By pre-payment You can send us EUR 32 by pre-payment to our German bank account (only within the EU), or 40 Swiss francs to our Swiss bank account (from Switzerland and the rest of the world). Send us
your complete name and address with the note "Pre-payment to account" by e-mail to , and we will send you our
bank account data and a reference number. Since July 1st, 2003 a bank transfer within the EU does not cost more than within a country! Students may include a scan of their identity card (max 100k JPG please).
After registration, all future updates can be downloaded for free from this page (until further notice).
Note: Switzerland isn't part of the EU. Therefore you may be
charged local taxes or fees (e.g. the VAT) if you order from us directly, or online via TakeTwoSolutions! Especially Belgium has extremely high customs fees, so you should better order through our Dutch reseller!