"We find ourselves wondering, at times, whether Directory Opus (often shortened to "DOpus") isn't so much a file and directory manager as a cult religion." -- Charles Wright, The Age
You've probably seen dozens of applications that offer to "replace" Windows Explorer as your file manager. But what did they really offer? Besides extended cut/copy/paste abilities and a few pretty colors and icons... usually not much!
But this is different.
If you're looking for the ultimate Explorer-killer, you owe it to yourself to take a look at Directory Opus. Not only is it a far-superior replacement for Windows Explorer, it also includes a whole host of powerful utilities to extend, optimize, and organize your entire computing workflow!
Directory Opus not only replaces Windows Explorer, this monster app also handles all of your FTP, ZIP compression, file viewing, image viewing, and slideshow needs... and much more! Plus, with an intuitive and customizable interface that's a breeze to use, it won't take long to realize the substantial benefits to your time and efficiency.
With Directory Opus, you'll be up and running right out of the box, thanks to the familiar Explorer-esque default interface. But as you begin to integrate the advanced functionality that Directory Opuscustom hotkeys with ease!
Take advantage of Directory Opus' superior ability to preview images and text files without launching them, with plug-in support for many more image and document formats. Marvel at the precision of the advanced search functionality, including find-as-you-type! Utilize the powerful file management command language to weave your own functions to make your job even easier.
And when it comes to ZIP files and FTP sites, Directory Opus has got you covered. You can access ZIP files and FTP sites just like local folders, even to the point of dragging and dropping files back and forth! You'll never need to launch a separate program for ZIP or FTP ever again. Support for multithreaded processing means you can perform multiple file operations at once, without waiting for each one to complete sequentially!
Review Written by Derek Lee
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