Up until Windows Vista, the Explorer hadn't changed considerably. Indeed, I can't understand how anyone puts up with Windows Explorer when they have tools such as Directory Opus 9 available as a professional-level replacement? These tools offer far more flexibility. For instance, Opus 9 will enable to configure your own lister window and then double-click anywhere on your desktop to open a new Explorer window, immediately. Just this basic flexibility makes me really frustrated when I have to go back to the standard Windows Explorer.
Xplorer² 188.8.131.52 is another Windows Explorer replacement tools that offers additional flexibility. For instance, you can quickly compare and synchronise files between different sources (for instance, the files on your hard drive, compared to your remote server), find and remove duplicate files, customise your lister windows and much more.
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