Directory Opus v.8.0.0.0

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The latest version of the very popular Directory Opus is an extremely powerful and configurable file manager/Explorer replacement for Windows. The familiar interface means even the novice can use it immediately. Fully multi-threaded, it includes built-in ZIP and FTP functionality, fully configurable toolbars, menus and hot keys, powerful file type extensions, built-in image and text/hex viewer, easy slide shows, visual synchronization, very powerful rename functions and much more. PCPlus Magazine (UK) said of Opus "The best File Manager and Windows Explorer Replacement known to man."

File Manager and Explorer Replacement. The latest version of the very popular Directory Opus is an extremely powerful and configurable File Manager/Explorer Replacement for Windows. PCPlus Magazine (UK) said of Opus "The best File Manager and Windows Explorer Replacement known to man." ...

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  • Directory Opus
  • 8.0.0.0
  • GPSoftware
  • Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, WinXP, Windows2003
  • Shareware
  • 6.69 Mb
  • 348
  • $59.00
 
 

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