Directory Opus 10 Pro for PC
A Revolutionary Replacement for Windows Explorer
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, Windows Server 2003, 2008 or greater
How many years have you been working and living with Windows? And how many of those years have been spent using Explorer as your primary means of managing files? Sure, it's not perfect and it has its quirks, but you've long learned to get along with them in order to get your work done. Well, today is the day that you liberate yourself from Microsoft's file manager and start to experience life the way it was meant to be - with today's discount software promotion, Directory Opus 10 Pro!
Directory Opus 10 Pro is a brilliant file manager with much greater power and functionality than Windows Explorer. With Directory Opus 10 Pro, you'll be greeted with single and dual pane file displays and trees that will have you navigating through your file system like a jet plane at an air race. Familiar tab-based organization lets you keep multiple folders open while enabling quick access with just a click. And, as you would expect from a high caliber file organizer, you can filter, sort, group, and search through your folders faster than ever before. There's even support for color coding and star ratings, stuff that should have been a part of Microsoft's system years ago.
When you lived in Windows Explorer Land, you used to have to launch associated programs to get an idea of what file you were examining. Directory Opus 10 Pro frees you from this tedium, giving you previews of images, documents, and more right inside of a dedicated Viewer pane! Additional features include the ability to view and edit file metadata and the power to rename, synchronize, and detect duplicate files right inside of the application! Best of all, full support for multithreading makes this the fastest file organization solution you've ever experienced.
Please note folks, the price listed above is an estimate based on current AUD->USD conversion rates. There may be some slight variation come promo day.
Review Written by Roger Thomasson