Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Windows Explorer Alternatives - Desktop File Browsers

Having problems about the functionality of your default Windows file explorer? Having to open too many windows while your copy pasting files? Or is organizing your files end up in having so many items in your task bar you can't even read the labels cause your task bar is all clutered up and squeezed thinly against each other? Don't you wish sometimes you browse files in your computer much like you do browsing the net with today's tab supported browsers? Isn't it much easier if you could open more panes in one window? If your fed up with your default file explorer like me it's time you try one of these file browsers..

Xplorer2 - Lite version free for personal/home or academic use but full basic functionality enabled (including tabbed browsing) and the console looks a lot like the windows explorer..

visit website (download page)

Cubic Explorer - This is the one I'm using cause it looks good, supports tabbed browsing, full functionality without any disabled features because it's licensed as freeware..

visit website to download

Total Commander - this one however is a shareware which means you can only use it for free for a period of time. But good news for pocket PC and windows mobiles their pocket version is a freeware. Interface is pretty much that of internet explorer and easy functionality..

visit site to download
pocket version freeware

*NOTE* All three softwares are designed for windows use only..

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