Apart from tools that you might need to operate your business, there aren't that many software titles that you would say that you can't live without. Most of these, if they exist, are freeware. Just small little tools that help you with your productivity, improve the appearance of your PC and more. There are a few small issues with Windows and Windows Explorer could be improved. However, you don't know what could be improved until you live with an alternative.
Directory Opus 18.104.22.168 is a Windows Explorer replacement that offers so much flexibility than the standard Explorer. At a very basic level, just having the facility to double-click on your desktop to open an Explorer window, is a bonus. This enables you to open single, dual or multi-pane windows to drag and drop files from one location to another. Opus has built in FTP support, will enable you to manage a remote server, synchronise files and much more. It is also highly customisable.
And, yep, it'll run Android rather than RiscOS
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