XYplorer

XYplorer



4.5 stars

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multi-tabbed dual pane file manager XYplorer is a multi-tabbed and dual pane file manager that provides detailed file information, customizable reports, advanced file search, file management and more - all from an Explorer-style interface. It provides instant preview for image files, fonts and media files including MP3 and videos, as well as direct editing of MP3 tags. The various right-click options allow you to copy all or part of the file information to the clipboard, rename files using various schemes, copy/move/backup selected files and more. Additional features include a drag-and-drop favorites panel (files and folders), built-in hex viewer, icon extraction, file age display and many other useful options. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Product Details

Publisher Donald Lessau Price $40.00
Version 18.10.0100  history Last updated Jul 17, 2017
File Size 3.56 Mb Requirements None

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5 stars85% 17
4 stars5% 1
3 stars10% 2
2 stars0% 0
1 star0% 0
Based on 20 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Good, but ... 3 stars by RedSnapper May 02, 2017 (Read all my 2 reviews)
Would be nice to have two tree windows each associated with each folder contents window like some others. Otherwise it makes it a bit confusing determining which window the single tree it pointing at. I stopped using this one in favor of another one that uses two distinct tree windows. show Review details
Essential software 5 stars by Nelson-Carvalho Mar 09, 2016 (Read all my 7 reviews)
The amount of useful features make this essential program. It replaces Windows Explorer with countless advantages. Only those who have used the XYxplorer can accurately assess the huge difference between the two. show Review details
Best file manager yet for Windows 5 stars by morrison497 Nov 17, 2014
It has a plethora of valuable options. The menus are so well designed and intuitive that, although I've used XYplorer heavily for almost two weeks I've yet to have to consult the on-line documentation. That documentation, by the way, is excellent: thorough without being overwhelming, designed to facilitate access to particular topics, and there is even an extensive manual one can download in PDF from the site. It does have an awful lot of features; but because it's so well designed, users can just ignore features they don't need at the moment and/or don't want to bother learning about. I could get it doing moderately complicated file-management tasks in a very short period of time... show Review details
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