Main menu - Help - About
Activating the menu item "Help → About ..." opens the following window:
The topmost line of the window "About FreeCommander" shows the currently used version number of FreeCommander.
by Marek Jasinski
After clicking "by Marek Jasinski" an email can be sent to the address "firstname.lastname@example.org".
The email is sent via the standard email client, currently installed on the used PC.
Clicking the link "https://freecommander.com/" opens the FreeCommander homepage.
Clicking the link "License agreement" opens the License agreement for FreeCommander.
Used free components
"Used free components" lists the third-party tools used by FreeCommander, each one with its own name and homepage.
Button "Paths info"
Activating the button "Path info", opens a dialog with more paths than shown below this button.
Activating the button "Copy" copies the selected paths to the clipboard.
Below the button "Paths info" the paths currently in use by the current installation of FreeCommander are shown:
Path and name of the file FreeCommander.ini.
Clicking the folder path opens the path in the active FreeCommander panel and highlights the file FreeCommander.ini.
The path containing the FreeCommander data.
Clicking the folder path opens the path in the active FreeCommander panel and shows the FreeCommander files.
The path used by FreeCommander commands to store temporary files can be changed in the menu item "Tools → Settings → Start program" in the tab "Start/TEMP folder".
Clicking the folder path opens the path in the active FreeCommander panel and shows the temporary FreeCommander files.
The path where FreeCommander is installed.
Clicking the folder path opens the path in the active FreeCommander panel