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xplorer² version 3.1!Discount

xplorer² version 3.1!

Like Windows Explorer, Only Perfect!

$29.95
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Platforms: Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, 2003 Server, Vista, 7 , 8, 10 (32 and 64 bit)
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Have you recently switched to Windows 8, but can't stand the frilly new interface with all the bells & whistles?

Why don't we make a deal - you get to use a file explorer that looks substantially similar to the Windows Explorer you've grown accustomed to, but in reality is a powerhouse of intuitive and effective file organization!

Today we're offering both the Professional and Ultimate versions of xplorer²! See what you get with xplorer² Ultimate!

Haven't you been putting up with Windows Explorer long enough? Do you want to move to a more powerful, flexible file management system?

At first glance, xplorer² looks like familiar territory, with its tree view user interface that lets you see your files and folders. But then, you start using xplorer², and suddenly realize the power beneath your fingertips - browse multiple folders using tabs, invoke a dual pane view, assign frequently used folders to Favorites (even use bookmark panes), instantly jump to root directories, and maintain easily accessible folder groups. All of that stuff that was impossible to do with Windows Explorer becomes an everyday occurrence with xplorer²!

Tired of opening file after file, looking for the right one? With xplorer²'s quick preview panel, you won't have to anymore! Looking for a specific file using search terms? xplorer² has a powerhouse of a search utility, Omni-Finder, enabling fuzzy logic and text searches using file comments, picture data, attributes, keywords, and practically all shell column handlers that are supported by your Windows OS.

These are only the highlights. xplorer² comes with a wealth of features, including advanced file management for large transfers, file comparison and synchronization, and direct execution of commands from the console!

Version Alert!!! Since we last promoted xplorer² it has moved into version 3.1! The big news? xplorer² is now even MORE of a comprehensive Windows Explorer replacement. Verson 3.1 brings fast MFT filename searches and also support for Total Commander content and preview plugins (WDX, WLX). There is an optional ribbon toolbar interface and a powerful mass rename function that supports search and replace in file names.

But that's not all! Check out the v3.1 change log for even more improvements!

xplorer² does so much, we can't even begin to cover it all here. Spend a few minutes browsing through the enormous collection of xplorer² video demos for a comprehensive introduction.

This promotion includes the following:
Pro Version ($29.95)
Ultimate Version ($49.95)
Review Written by Derek Lee
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Joe McCormick It would be nice to see a lifetime license for this program in this offer.
Feb 20 at 8:18am Copy Link
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Chuck Definitely would purchase lifetime license as well.
Feb 20 at 9:55pm Copy Link
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Bruce Yes I also agree, a discounted lifetime license would be very much appreciated. I currently have a license to Xplorer2 Pro (when it was the top end a number of years back), and was disappointed when they came out with Ultimate, which then took on the high-end features.

If he/they were to offer a discount on the lifetime ultimate, that would be worthwhile. And it would seem to be a sensible thing to offer, as it means a number of guaranteed sales today!
Whereas, without a discount lifetime Ultimate, he will be losing some sales.

As indicated in the Fine Print,
"Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for 12 months. For versions after that, upgrades will require additional payment, which will not be discounted" is not very encouraging...

Please Zabkat (Mr Zabkat? Zabkat team),
Please consider to add a discount on the lifetime purchase , for both Pro and Ultimate. You will find happy customers to buy it, and will have people liking and recommending your product more.

Best,
Feb 23 at 12:54am Copy Link
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Mats Thell yeah, please add a discount on the lifetime license also.
Feb 23 at 1:10am Copy Link
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Bertie Brummel Guys, after you left-clicked "Get it now" and selected the version you want to buy, a window opens where you see a check box "add lifetime upgrade insurance".
Feb 23 at 1:19am Copy Link
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Chris @ Bertie

They want a discount on that as well.
Feb 23 at 1:47am Copy Link
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Chuck For those buying, there is a $10 discount for lifetime upgrades in addition to the 50% discount on the program itself. Just follow @Bertie's directions above.
Feb 23 at 1:56am Copy Link
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Javier Gil Great software. Bought it a few years ago, use it every single day of my life. Simply amazing.
In my opinion, a better product than XYplorer.
Feb 23 at 2:51am Copy Link
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nikos bozinis guys, I understand your wish to save, but ask any business person and they'll tell you that offering free lifetime upgrades at all, is professional suicide :)

many people advise me to stop selling lifetime covers altogether, because it jeopardises the long term viability of ZABKAT

that's why the lifetime cover isn't discounted
thank you for your understanding
zabkat - Feb 23 at 2:55am Copy Link
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Kelly Hamblin I understand, and I think the license zabkat offers is quite generous. I've been using a very old version for a long while. I'd be happy to upgrade by grabbing this offer IF someone can assure me that I would never have to see the "ribbon" interface.
Feb 23 at 5:56am Copy Link
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Marc User I second Kelly's request - can the ribbon interface be turned off so I can use the old style interface.
Feb 23 at 6:25am Copy Link
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Doug Atkinson Ha, I've used xplorer2 for many years and didn't even know it had a ribbon interface. If you have ribbon turned on, just go to the top left icon, click the down arrow, and select "show normal interface".
Feb 23 at 6:53am Copy Link
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NC Buyer Whats the "old" interface look like?
Feb 23 at 7:13am Copy Link
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nikos bozinis yes, thanks Doug Atkinson, like you say the ribbon interface is optional. Turn it on from VIEW > RIBBON menu (if you can see the traditional menu bar), and turn it OFF using the leftmost ribbon tab that is usually called FILE. If you can't find it please watch this demo video
http://www.zabkat.com/blo...ribbon.htm
zabkat - Feb 23 at 7:55am Copy Link
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Pat Weber Is ultimate offered at 50% off as well?
Feb 23 at 8:16am Copy Link
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frank castle As someone who has bought this program 2x's now save your money and buy the lifetime insurance. It is a bargain in the long run.
Feb 23 at 8:17am Copy Link
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nikos bozinis @Pat Weber yes both professional and ultimate are 50% off
zabkat - Feb 23 at 8:37am Copy Link
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Pat Weber Off I go then, thank you! (I've been looking for a file manager that can search file contents for certain terms - the trial version of xplorer2 performed beautifully!)
Feb 23 at 9:16am Copy Link
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Cary Adams You have to love the lead-in paragraph...

"Have you recently switched to Windows 8, but can't stand the frilly new interface with all the bells & whistles?"
Feb 23 at 9:51am Copy Link
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Farhan User I already own the Professional version.. the Ultimate upgrade is $20 on the website. The upgrade should also be on discount..
Feb 23 at 9:51am Copy Link
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John Porubek Even after signing up to BitsDuJour, I don't see the discounted price when I go to buy the Ultimate version. What's up?

Never mind, answered my own question. Was using Firefox w/ uMatrix plugin. Even with uMatrix supposedly set to allow everything, it wasn't working. Tried on Chrome (w/ no protection) and it works.

By the way, I've been using xplorer2 for years (and 2xExplorer before that) and I consider it a "must have". It's probably the main thing that keeps me from switching to Linux. The support from Nikos has always been prompt and top-notch.
Feb 23 at 10:04am Copy Link
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Kelly Hamblin One more question. Can I install over the version I have, or must I uninstall and start over?
Feb 23 at 12:53pm Copy Link
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Mats Thell @Nikos, I like your application but I'm missing one thing for me to make a purchase. Will x2 have wcx plugin functionality in the near future?
Similar as wdx and wlx plugins are integrated.

I do want to have x2 in a portable mode as I move around alot.
When working with x2 I would like also to be able to extract and add files into 7z,rar archives etc.

So is it possible?

And one last thing, do you have any road map of what might added in the future?
Feb 23 at 2:42pm Copy Link
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Gary Smith If a user purchases but does not purchase the lifetime option, after a major update (no longer gets free updates) can the user purchase the lifetime option at that point to get back to the current version, and at what price?
Feb 23 at 4:52pm Copy Link
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Sputnik @ Gary Smith

I don't know if you have already found the answer to your question but if you didn't, you will find all the answers on this page :

http://zabkat.com/x2up.htm
Feb 23 at 7:04pm Copy Link
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nikos bozinis @Kelly Hamblin you can install OVER your existing installation so your settings are preserved

@Mats Thell one day I will incorporate WCX (browser?) plugins. In the meantime you can browse into 7zip and other formats using this (non-portable) plugin
www.zabkat.com/blog/compr...ension.htm

@Gary Smith you can buy the lifetime cover separately but only within one year of your purchase
zabkat - Feb 23 at 8:22pm Copy Link
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Sunset Javier Gil, why do you prefer xyplorer2 much better than xyplorer? I do own both.
Feb 23 at 9:17pm Copy Link
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Mats Thell I will skip this even that it is intriguing.

One side not which I don't understand is:
"NOTE: customers from European Union countries will be subject to VAT." (taken from purchase page on zabkat.com )
Which should not apply as your company is in Cyprus which in turn is part of EU's VAT district.. or do I have got the information wrong?

For me as a EU citizen this will be very expensive.
Feb 23 at 10:40pm Copy Link
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Javier Gil Sunset:
A few that come to mind:
I generally find Xyplorer a little slower than Xplorer2, particularly when navigating along the directory structure (case in point, when it reaches directories with thousands of files), but nothing too dramatic. (and yes, I do have a pretty fast computer).
In the color filters , Xyplorer cannot add bold / italic. (confirmed by the programmer) and the styles option in Xyplorer in the options panel is very confusing to be honest. (In Xplorer2, you just tick a box if you want bold/italic, etc).
I like how easy it is to add comments to files in Xplorer2 and use those comments as tags. (you search files based on a word found in the comments for example, or have color filters when adding a word to the comments. Say you write "urgent", and it automatically highlights in red or whatever color you have defined)
Regarding previews, you can't have a preview pane rather than a floating pane in Xyplorer (I don't like windows which pop up).
They're both very good programs, but for me, Xplorer2 is the winner out of the two.
Feb 23 at 11:46pm Copy Link
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nikos bozinis @Mats Thell if you have a VAT registration you can put it in the relevant order box and you won't have to pay VAT
zabkat - Feb 24 at 12:01am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! zabkat has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 24 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Bruno User frank castle says, "As someone who has bought this program 2x's now save your money and buy the lifetime insurance. It is a bargain in the long run."

This is unfortunately blatantly wrong.

I bought xyplorer2 together with lifetime insurance and lost both since immediately after my purchase, development has shifted to the prompty-introduced "Ultimate Version".

I'm very much interested in some functions of the "Ultimate Version" but my investment in the "Professional Version" is then lost at almost 100 per cent.

There is a little discount to go from Professional to Ultimate, but my "insurance" is lost in full; in order to get "insurance" for Ultimate, I will have to pay for "insurance" anew, the full price.

This is not an incentive to upgrade, and unfortunately, to Professional, I prefer freeware like Freecommander.

So my payment into xplorer2 has not brought me any advantage over freeware whatsoever.

I do not understand why the "lifetime insurance" for Professsional vesion can not get imputed at least partially to the upgrade to "Ultimate", all the more so with "Professional" not getting real (real I say, not counting Win 8, 10, whatever adjustments) development anymore.
Feb 24 at 10:01am Copy Link
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John Westbury Just tried to purchase the Ultimate version from this page - which says it should be $24.97.
When I go to do the ordering, it seems to be charging me the full price (which comes out as £36.66). So I guess there's no 50% discount coded in, even though this page definitely shows there's a 50% off offer on the Ultimate edition.

Any comment Nikos?
Feb 24 at 10:32am Copy Link
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Sputnik @ Bruno User

I perfectly agree with your point of view.

At the time the best edition was the "Professional" one, anybody who bought this edition must surely have tought that he would get every new "top" functionalities with the updates and upgrades of its "Pro" edition.

But Nikos did a tricky move by bringing an "Ultimate" version.

Those who will buy this "Ultimate" edition (I mean the lifetime insurance of it), will they be also tricked by a further new edition which would be called "Galactic Edition" or another still further one which would be called "Universal Edition" and so on...?

Even if there were no plan of another better edition, the Ultimate edition was really a tricky move towards the people who bought the "Pro" edition lifetime insurance.
Feb 24 at 11:24am Copy Link
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nikos bozinis @John Westbury I get plenty of orders so there isn't a problem this end. Try using a different browser and see how it goes
zabkat - Feb 24 at 8:45pm Copy Link
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John Westbury @nikos - tried again later, and it came back offering the discount. Ordered and now installed. Thanks.
Feb 25 at 1:29am Copy Link
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Anunay User I am a long time xplorer2 user and I have been waiting for this deal since the launch of V3, unfortunately I missed it :-(

Hope you'll run it again
Mar 14 at 3:01pm Copy Link
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