To download Metro Commander, you need to look for it on Windows Store. To do this, use Win+Q hotkey combination to open Windows Store search pane and then type in the app’s name. After opening its in-store page, click or tap Install to begin the download process.
The interface of the app looks quite simple with blue and cyan background. It can open two different directories side by side, which makes file browsing and transferring operations quite easy. Using Metro Commander on desktop makes it a tad easier to perform file operations, such as you may use the function keys to rename, copy, move or delete files, whilst the shortcut pertaining to each file action appear next to its on-screen navigation control.
The settings bars at the top and bottom provide access to various options. The basic file handling buttons that we mentioned earlier in the post all appear at the bottom left of the screen. The top bar houses navigation controls for Computer, SkyDrive, Backward, Forward, Root and Parent. Since it’s a dual pane file explorer, the same set of navigation controls appear separately on each side. At the bottom right corner, there are buttons for New Folder, New File, Sort and Pin to Start. It’s worth mentioning here that the app’s background switches to the selected image, which provides a closer look of the selected picture.
App Location - http://apps.microsoft.com/webpdp/en-us/app/metro-commander/30456798-c35c-4a78-a72a-5e5c3271c36d