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Help,Replace "Explore" with "Total Commander"

I want replace "Explore" with "Total Commander".
TotalCommander at \PortableApps\TotalCMD\TOTALCMD.exe
Somebody can help me?

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Which "Explore"?

Which "Explore"?
In windows context menu?
There's TC Shell.
But it's not portable - you'll have to install and uninstall it manually.

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I think

he wants to open the folders in the menu (music, video, documents, pictures) with total commander instead of the normal vanilla-xp explorer.
(I know the term "vanilla-xp" is not necessary here but I wanted to use it...)
@ BlueFang:
Thats not possible yet. Maybe in the future...

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I think this is what you

I think this is what you want. This also includes the changes I made here:

This was a quick, untested change, so please tell me if it doesn't work.

Remember to put it in the \PortableApps\Portable Apps Menu\ folder and not the root drive.

Nobody should start to undertake a large project. You start with a small _trivial_ project, and you should never expect it to get large. If you do, you'll just overdesign and generally think it is more important than it likely is at that stage. Or worse,

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