Media Commander is a free media manager that manages music, video, photo and other media files on your computer. There are many people who have hundreds, if not thousands, of music or picture files on their computer however, these files are not controlled by any particular program. Free Media Commander takes control, allowing the user to access his or her files easily and smoothly.
The makers of this free media manager designed it to be especially handy with large mp3 or wav file collections and it is without a doubt proving its handiness with many users. Some other media managers we reviewed earlier include: Helium Music Manager, aTunes, and best of them all is Zune player software.
Let’s look at some of the functions Free Media Commander is able to perform:
- As mentioned, this program is ideal for managing large mps and wav files.
- The application will search for unnecessary and duplicate files in all computer drives and, upon confirmation from the user, remove them from the system.
- Media Commander is able to create an mp3 play-list without needing a CD in the drive.
- The application can search for seemingly ‘lost’ files on all drives, including files that are ZIP, RAR, ACE and other archival formats.
- Media Commander will operate in conjunction with the computer’s built-in player; although Winamp or other players that use M3U for mp3 and wav files are recommended.
- The best feature of the program is the ID3TAGV1 &V2 tools which allow renaming of media within the program.
If you do happen to download and setup this incredible handy free media manager and it doesn’t work well, then you may have to download and install VB6-Runtime files. Media Commander works exceptionally better if these files are also installed. The files are able to be acquired from the same download sites as the free Media Commander.
With music files and other media information being the most popular internet downloads, having a program that makes managing these files is becoming more and more essential. The makers of Media Commander have, in effect, anticipated a boom in media downloads and built this freeware as an optional bonus for all the music lovers in the world.