Version 22.30 of XYplorer has been released. This file manager for Windows has tabs, an extensive search function and a versatile preview. It is small and does not need to be installed to do its job. The user interface can be set up entirely to your own taste and there are various options for automating tasks that often occur. A standard license costs forty dollars. For that, the program can be used forever, but you only get updates for a year. For double you will also receive the updates forever. The changelog for this release looks like this:
Live Filter via Cell Context Menu
Now it’s just a click to filter the list for a specific property. And that’s any property, including the standard columns, tags, comments, extended shell properties, and even your own user-defined custom columns. Unprecedented and addictive usability booster. And the learning curve is a dot.
Quick Search via Cell Context Menu
Now it’s just a click to search the current location including its subfolders for a specific property. And that’s any property, including the standard columns, tags, comments, extended shell properties, and even your own user-defined custom columns. just wow.
Photo Data in the Hover Box
See Camera Model, Focal Length, F-Stop, Exposure Time, Exposure Bias, ISO Speed, and Date Taken, and of course an image preview by simply moving the mouse over the photo file.
Compiled to the groove of Charlie Watts.
|Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019, Windows 11