ExplorerXP is a very fast, small, compact and innovative file manager for Windows 2000/XP. Unlike the regular Windows Explorer, it displays the total size of each folder and allows you to browse multiple folders from a tabbed interface.
You can also create a group of frequently used folders. Also available are some useful tools like : merge, split, Advance copy /move, recursively remove files etc.
FreeCommander is an easy to use file manager utility with all the standard features. It has a built in file viewer to view files in hex, binary, text or image format. It has Dual-panel technology – horizontal and vertical
Xplorer2 Lite is a very fast and innovative freeware file manager for Windows. Unlike Windows Explorer it has a tabbed interface-so you will no longer need to have multiple Windows Explorer’s open!
What’s also great is that it remembers what folders/tabs you had open the last time you used it; so you won’t have to renavigate to them every time you start the program. xplorer2 lite has many other features such as favorites, file previews, mass renaming and many other features you can find listed on its homepage.
file managers like FreeCommander, A43, JExplorer and others, but they either didn’t support tabs or just didn’t work as well as xplorer2 lite.
Here is a file browser which is a bit different from others. It has integrated text editor with unlimited size. Dynamic highlighting for the web; Integrated zip/unzip features. Simply drag-n-drop files or click a button. You can also turn your zip archives into self-extracting archives the same way. Integrated file search to quickly locate and jump to those lost files. Integrated quick launch area for fast access to the programs you use the most. Favorite buttons to quickly open those often used folders. Dual-pane view for those that demand speed in file management.
Requires no installation, no data is written to the system registry. A43’s configuration information is saved in a local .ini file. Keep it on your pen/jump drive and take it where ever you go.
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