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XYplorer Lifetime License Pro v13.40 for PC

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When you really think about it, file management in Windows hasn't really changed all that much since the olden days of Windows 3.1. But the way that we use our computers, coupled with the explosion in the number of files that we now store, has made dealing with file management an onerous, almost painful task! Thank goodness XYplorer is here to inject some balance, order, and fun to file management!

XYplorer is the last file manager you'll ever need to install! With XYplorer, you get multiple tabs to jump quickly between folders, a powerful search function, a preview feature that should have been part of Windows years ago, and a highly customizable and intuitive interface. Even better, XYplorer offers this to you in a very fast, very light application that doesn't require any installation or make any system or registry changes. Intrigued? Read on.

If you're a fan of tabbed browsing, you already know how to work the tabs in XYplorer! Click between folders, rename them, reposition them, and drag and drop files onto them -- a whole lot easier than using Windows Explorer, that's for sure. You can even create a tab dedicated to a search filter! The Dual Pane makes it easy to move and copy stuff between folders, plus there's Manual Sorting to enable you to view files exactly as you like. And when you quit XYplorer and come back later, your tab configurations are there waiting for you!

Combine this extraordinary functionality with intuitive Tree, List, and Mini-Tree views, and you're all set with XYplorer. The Mini-Tree contains a history of files and folders that you've actually used, so it's easy to jump to something you've been working on. Ever wanted to create a magic button to launch files in your app of choice? Custom Toolbar buttons makes that happen! You can color code your files, tag files, highlight and bold favorite folders, or use the Catalog function to combine folders and items from all over your hard drive, LAN, and the Internet under a single heading. There's even support for file names longer than 260 characters, an impossibility in Windows! Plus, aliases make typing long directory structures into the address bar a thing of the past!

The robust features just keep on coming with XYplorer! Imagine one-click previews of any of your media files, plus multiple (up to 100) level undo/redo for your file operations that persists from session to session. An advanced Recycle Bin that leaves your default Windows Bin in the dust! You can even enable queuing in XYplorer and stack file operation jobs without even waiting for the first few to finish, then continue working as your jobs complete in the background!

XYplorer also offers Select Special, which lets you modify selections in one pane based on items in the other pane, synchronous scrolling and sorting of both panes, the ability to bring back accidentally erased selections, item name editing, and a quick way to bump selected files up in the folder hierarchy!

ATTENTION PHOTOGRAPHERS!!! XYplorer includes a powerful Floating Preview feature. Essentially a new preview pane separate from the main window, Floating Preview supports Mouse Down Blow Up and the transparency grid for transparent images. It's one of the features customers have requested most!

Check out a sampling of what else is new in XYplorer v13.40:

  • Breadcrumb Bars: Now you can have a Breadcrumb Bar in each pane. It shows the full path of the current tab and lets you efficiently navigate the whole file system.
  • Checkbox Selection: Now you can individually select multiple list items simply by ticking checkboxes shown at each item.
  • Zip Support: Now XYplorer can add to and extract from Zip archives. Zip related commands have been added all over the place, including interesting ones like "Drop into Zip", "Paste Into Zip", "Paste Extracted", "Paste Zipped", and "Zip Here".
  • Extended Reporting: Custom reporting now supports the complete set of file metadata. So you can pick out whatever info bits you need and export them in a fully customizable format.
  • Image Preview: Now previewing Animated GIFs is supported. Simply select a GIF file and you see the animation in the Preview tab. You can even resize the running preview on the fly.
  • Type Ahead Find 2.0: Now you have commands to jump to the next/previous match, a status bar message showing the typed pattern, and live highlighting of the matches right in the file list. Type Ahead Find is also known as Find As You Type.
  • Tiles Views You now have two new views, Small Tiles and Large Tiles. Both come with high quality thumbnails, support for Mouse Down Blow Up, and essential metadata. The Large Tiles view - attention photographers! - displays image dimensions and aspect ratio.
  • and much, much more!
Review Written by Derek Lee
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Greg Istered Will this autoplay videos (.mp4) in the preview popup? So they can be browsed?
Nov 29 2013 at 5:51am Copy Link
Donald Lessau It autoplay videos (.mp4) in the preview tab on the Info Panel (F12). Yep, they can be easily browsed this way. Try it.
XYplorer - Nov 29 2013 at 9:22am Copy Link
Greg Istered When I tried it - the video image shows, but it does not play in the preview window, and there are no player controls. Please advise - here is a video screen capture demonstrating what I mean. http://screencast-o-matic...cIXUbGVSUN
Nov 29 2013 at 11:28am Copy Link
garrett james I bought your lifetime option 2 or 3 years ago. I use your product everyday and easily put your file manager vying for number one in this category. I also use xplorer2 and powerdesk for certain features i knew from before but I am sure i only use 5 % of your feature set. One of my favorites is that you actually provide row numbers inside the pane and always provide the folder size inside the pane. the other feature i love the most is that i can copy and paste in multiple folder names or Tag lists at a time so now my bookmarks match my TaG lists...match my folders so may organization is now consistent on my desktop, folder tree, bookmarks, Tags, etc. I wholeheartedly recommend to everyone to add this program to their arsenal even if you already have Dopus, fileBoss, xplorer2, etc. There will be one feature alone provided by this program that others do not provide that will pay for itself. Plus the Lifetime User License is a great deal, the program is also portable... you have the best price among all the major league file managers.
You seem to put out minor releases all the time
Nov 29 2013 at 3:52pm Copy Link
brenda adams I own the Lifetime version and I am constantly thrilled that I have it. I use it everyday. (I own or have owned most all the major brands.)
Donald: YOU are amazing!!
There is only one feature that I wish it had: right click, run virus scan.
Also, I sometimes have issues with the tree rolling when I am trying to drag something into it. (I know it's me not understanding something and I've asked at the forum, but the answers go over my head. "Focus" vs. pointing to's just lost on me.

But the program and all the features are fantastic. I finally got over my fear of setting up and using the Catalog. Wow. That is an amazing tool.
I keep all my frequently used links to places on my harddrive and my network on it. No more fumbling around trying to get various places to open, (Especially wonderful for jumping to folders on my other's right there at my fingertips in Catalog!! I am instantly IN IT!!
If all developers were like you, I'd be broke. Your dedication to your program and its users is ABOVE AND BEYOND the norm. YOU ARE MY HERO. :) Yes, get this program and never use your Windows Explorer again! (And go read reviews of some of the other brands...I wish I could give hint about one name in particular been around for years that people complain about. IF, there were another I DO like, however, it would be Xplorer2. It's easy to use and a good product, least that's been my experience.) But you don't get DONALD with other products and so, you're missing something good. :)
Nov 29 2013 at 4:29pm Copy Link
Turion Dolby @Greg Istered
I think you might need codecs to play the video. Do you have any installed? I use the basic flavour of the K-Lite Codec Pack and it works for me. Hope this helps.
Nov 29 2013 at 6:12pm Copy Link
Donald Lessau @Greg Istered: Yes, as Turion Dolby already said, you need the codecs. Either K-Lite Codec Pack or e.g. ffdshow video decoder.
XYplorer - Nov 30 2013 at 12:47am Copy Link
Loco78 * I'm waiting and waiting for this promotion.
Nov 30 2013 at 1:35am Copy Link
Ben Eliason I've been testing the trial version of Xyplorer and there seems to be a problem with displaying certain thumbnails. I get thumbnails of pdf, jpg, dng, cr2 files. (I downloaded and installed the FastPictureViewer Codec). but I still don't get thumbnails for flv, wmv, mp4, mpg. I googled the subject but couldn't find a satisfactory answer. I'm running Windows 7, 64 bit.
I would be grateful for any help as I would like to purchase Xyplorer. Thanks
Nov 30 2013 at 6:02am Copy Link
Donald Lessau Thumbnails for flv, wmv, mp4, mpg can definitely be made to work in Win7/64. However, I think the best place to discuss the details of this would be rather the XYplorer user forum. You will surely get a quick answer there:
XYplorer - Nov 30 2013 at 6:16am Copy Link
Ben Eliason Donald, judging from the numerous forum topics devoted to thumbnail problems it seems that this issue has been around for quite some time and is as yet unsolved. I have installed all recommended codecs, rebooted my machine, but the video thumbnails refuse to appear. Various users have come up with local solutions that work for them but cannot be duplicated on other machines. Thumbnails seem to be a weak point of the application, especially since Windows Explorer seems to have no problems with them (expect pdf).
I put a trial version of xyplorer through its paces and it has an impressive array of useful features. I would very much have liked to take the bitsdujour deal on xyplorer but thumbnails are a very important visual marker and not having them is a hindrance. Until there is a satisfactory solution to this issue I'll stay with Windows Explorer, despite it's drawbacks. Thanks.
Nov 30 2013 at 7:29am Copy Link
Donald Lessau Well, I don't think "thumbnails are a weak point of the application". I can see all thumbnails you mentioned on my Win7/64. Or, more to give a more general example: XYplorer's much-praised "Mouse Down Blow Up" feature directly builds on thumbnails, so there must be other users besides me that got the thumbnails going. If there would be a problem with thumbnails it would get reported in the user forum and subsequently fixed by me.

Of course, there is the possibility that you discovered a new bug there that would explain why you don't see video thumbnails on your system. Again, the procedure would be to report it in the user forum and either get help or a bug fix, depending on the issue.
XYplorer - Nov 30 2013 at 7:42am Copy Link
Greg Istered @Donald and @Turian - very much appreciate your flagging the codec issue. It was indeed the problem, and your suggestion solved the issue and helped me clean up some codec junk that had accumulated from Cyber Link. I can now finish testing and will no doubt become a customer soon enough.

Thanks again.
Nov 30 2013 at 8:28am Copy Link
Turion Dolby @Ben Eliason
If you have installed the K-Lite Codec Pack, then search your start menu for "Codec Tweak Tool" program. Launch it and under the "Miscellaneous" heading, there is an option for "Thumbnails". From there, check the file types you want and click "Apply and close". Hope this helps.
Nov 30 2013 at 12:17pm Copy Link
Ben Eliason Thanks Turion. I've tried that, ticked everything in the "Thumbnails" option. All video files display thumbnails except flv (flv is one of the ticked options). I even uninstalled/reinstalled a fresh K-Lite Codec Pack download in the event that I may not have had the very latest version. I'm still poking around trying to get it to work. Hope I'm successful. Anyway, again - thanks.
Nov 30 2013 at 1:14pm Copy Link
ron r I read on the forum about Custom Event Actions (CEA).
Is this something that will be implemented in the (near) future?
This is a very unique and interesting idea!! (I haven't seen it in other filemanagers).
Nov 30 2013 at 6:48pm Copy Link
Donald Lessau It's definitely planned, but I cannot give a date.
XYplorer - Nov 30 2013 at 11:59pm Copy Link
Mike B All that needs to be said is that $40 for an XYplorer Lifetime License is a great deal. I find it hard to imagine that anyone would regret a purchase.
Dec 1 2013 at 1:05pm Copy Link
Loco78 * I can not wait to purchase Preferring promotion'd already bought and not on Monday for 11 hours in the time zone
Dec 1 2013 at 1:09pm Copy Link
D Rogers I have been using this the last six months. It has changed the way I do business and has become indispensable. Long learning curve though and not very intuitive. There are just so many options and exotic things you can do that it takes time and practice to learn and explore what you can do with it. There are tutorials though.
Dec 2 2013 at 12:15am Copy Link
Andrzej Tajemniczy Hi Donald
whether FTP
or is there a plan for the future
Dec 2 2013 at 2:18am Copy Link
Donald Lessau Sorry, no FTP, and no such plan.

Frankly I think, FTP should be left to specialized software. I myself, for example, drag files to my FTP uploading software right from XYplorer many times everyday, it's totally streamlined, I don't miss anything.
XYplorer - Dec 2 2013 at 2:52am Copy Link
Mappi75 Great Deal!

It's worth the money you won't regret it - plz. support this good software!
Dec 2 2013 at 4:11am Copy Link
Cary Adams This is the "geekyest" of all explorers.... but you easily can geekify or de-geekify it to your liking.... extremely configurable, updated monthly (maybe more often...)

My only downside is a lack of integration with 64-bit shell context features (right-click), so the much simpler Q-Dir still has a major place on my WIn boxes.

With that sole caveat, I recommend this app.
Dec 2 2013 at 6:05am Copy Link
Paul Z Hi Donald. After trying XYplorer for a few days in my Win7 sp1 64 machine, I think XYplorer is really good in file management, it suits most of my need. In addition, the 50% discount is very attractive, so I bought XYplorer Lifetime License Pro today. However, I hope the problem described below will be resolved soon.

PSD codec (FastPictureViewer Codec Pack v3.5.0.88) installed, but XYplorer can't generate PSD image thumbnail and can't view/ MouseDownBlowUp PSD format with PSD file name or file path containing some Chinese characters like ?, ?, ? (and many more), while some other Chinese characters like ?, ? (and many more) have no problem. I think, maybe some other image formats that need 3rd party codec to decode also have the same problem in XYplorer? Changing PSD file name to pure English characters and moving it to pure English path can make the viewing/ MouseDownBlowUp/ thumbnail generating of PSD file work, but that is not a complete solution.

I also use some other 32bit file managers like Q-Dir 32bit Unicode (newest v5.81, freeware) and xplorer2 Ultimate 32bit Unicode (newest v2.4.0.1, I own the 32bit/ 64bit Ultimate lifetime license). Those 32bit file managers can generate PSD image thumbnail or preview the file without any problem if PSD file name or file path contains the Chinese characters like ?, ?, ? (and many more) that current XYplorer can't handle.
Dec 2 2013 at 6:06am Copy Link
Donald Lessau @Paul Z: I'm not aware of any problems with PSD thumbnails or Chinese characters (hey, there is even a Chinese version of the program). If this continues to be a problem at your end please report it in the user forum, thanks.
XYplorer - Dec 2 2013 at 6:49am Copy Link
Paul Z The Chinese characters I typed in my previous comment became just several question marks after I posted the comment. I translate some Chinese characters I typed in my previous comment and add some others below:

problem Chinese (traditional) characters:
"car", "fly", "electricity" (and many more...)

non-problem Chinese (traditional) characters:
"king", "bridge", "water" (and many more...)
Dec 2 2013 at 9:05am Copy Link
Greg Istered Totally great SW and find. I highly recommend. Thanks Don
Will look forward to the forum next. Will use this tool every day to save loads of time.
Dec 2 2013 at 9:15am Copy Link
nyar Guys you should get this! I got it on a giveaway last year and ended up upgrading to the full version. There are always updates to the program that add cool stuff. I have never regretted buying Xyplorer.
Dec 2 2013 at 9:25am Copy Link
VLM Donald - Is this still true: lack of integration with 64-bit shell context features ?
Dec 2 2013 at 10:33am Copy Link
Donald Lessau Yep, this is still a fact.
XYplorer - Dec 2 2013 at 10:38am Copy Link
Bjondc I'm another previous-deal satisfied customer. I use this every day & keep a number of tabs open all the time. I haven't even delved into many of the features yet, either.
Dec 2 2013 at 12:21pm Copy Link
Gregg Holbert If you suppported LiveDrive volumes I would have bought this. If you add that feature let me know and I will buy.
Dec 2 2013 at 9:18pm Copy Link
DGF It needs to support shell context menus and the Library feature of Windows 8. These are serious drawbacks for a product with so many great features.
Dec 2 2013 at 9:26pm Copy Link
Donald Lessau @Ben Eliason: You posted a review today on CNET suggesting that XY cannot display FLV thumbnails. But yesterday I told you it can. Here is a link to a screenshot by a user who installed the "Media Preview" codecs:

Thanks for the review anyway, maybe you can add a star once you got the FLV thumbs running. :)
XYplorer - Dec 2 2013 at 9:50pm Copy Link
Daniel Jones After purchasing this lifetime license, can I install and use XYplorer at home and at work?
Dec 2 2013 at 11:19pm Copy Link
Donald Lessau Yes, you can. The license is per user, not per machine. You can use it on as many machines as you like.
XYplorer - Dec 2 2013 at 11:24pm Copy Link
Andrzej Tajemniczy HI Donald
thank you for the great promo,
I bought XYplorer the best
I greet
Dec 2 2013 at 11:42pm Copy Link
Peter C1 Hello Donald, I find that I'm using XYplorer Pro more and more compared to my previously preferred File Manager but i do still have some problems:

1. any chances that we are going to see a unified refresh function that updates everything in XY (tree & panes etc.) all at the same time?

2. In the case of having more Tabs than space currently allows (even when they are all a standard length), I would like to see either:

A. a multiple rows of selectable Tabs


B. a single row of Tabs that can be scrolled right or left until the desired Tab is located (above a single pane).

3. Perhaps it is the fault of my dual boot computer which has XP and Vista but the searchable Help file never takes me to the actual words I have searched for and at best takes me to the page the words are located on. It only appears to be a problem with XYplorers help file as other programs help files take me to the chosen word or phrase I looking for, but I'm willing to except (for example) that the problem may be a clash of differently designed help files.

I know You also have a PDF help file I can download but it wouldd be nice to just use the help file that is provided with the main installed program.

Finally having listed the problems or features I'd like to see, I do still spread the good word about XY at every chance I get.
Dec 2 2013 at 11:56pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! XYplorer has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 3 2013 at 12:11am Copy Link
VLM Thank you. Just FYI, I did stop using this product some time ago, and it was largely for this reason. I use so many 64-bit context many calls, it just became quite difficult for me. I may be in a small minority of users, so I'm not complaining, just letting you know. I will look at the product again, just as soon as this item is taken care of.
Dec 3 2013 at 12:56am Copy Link
Mike B @VLM - regarding 64-bit shell integration, software that installs 64-bit shell integration features should also install the 32-bit equivalents. You may want to contact the vendor of the shell feature you're looking for to see if there's a way to do that (if it doesn't occur automatically).
Dec 3 2013 at 12:57am Copy Link
R Master At initial glance, I thought the price too steep, even with the discount, for just another file manager / Windows explorer replacement. I downloaded the trial just to try the tabbed interface, and was almost immediately disappointed.

I was disappointed that I had spent so much time and money on other file managers (At least 4 of them) that can't hold a candle to this one! I immediately bought this and know that I will be saving HOURS daily working with my terabyte of files. Where has this incredible program been hiding?

I don't usually give comments here, even after I purchase a program, but if you are on the fence about this one, download it and try it. I bought it after using it less than a half-hour, I was that impressed. Even the memory footprint is tiny at 7k running, 2k minimized to tray.

When I set everything up the way I liked it, the first place I looked to save all my settings was right where I expected it to be. Very intuitive program, very easy and FAST to use. Kudos to the developer.
Dec 3 2013 at 1:59am Copy Link
Donald Lessau @Peter C1: There is a "unified refresh": F5. Are you using the latest version?
XYplorer - Dec 3 2013 at 3:27am Copy Link
K V I would like to buy but I ha ve no paypal account or credit card. Why isn't there an option to pay with bank transfer? Thanks
Dec 3 2013 at 5:03am Copy Link
RCG I also would just like to say how good this product is. One of the few discounted software purchases I am pleased I purchased even several years later. The lifetime licence is awesome. This really is a product you won't regret buying.
Dec 3 2013 at 5:22am Copy Link
Donald Lessau @K V: AFAIK FastSpring supports Bank Transfers.
XYplorer - Dec 3 2013 at 6:53am Copy Link
peter schleifer "Thank you. Just FYI, I did stop using this product some time ago, and it was largely for this reason. I use so many 64-bit context many calls, it just became quite difficult for me. I may be in a small minority of users, so I'm not complaining, just letting you know. I will look at the product again, just as soon as this item is taken care of."

Now look, this 64bit "problem" (with or without the quotes, depending on your specific needs I suppose) recurs EVERY time anybody mentions XY, and everytime it's here on bits.

Could somebody, a critic, Don, or both, at best, EXPLAIN what all this is about? I'm an XP32 user, so I never succeeded in imagining what this topic of never-ending discussion is about, and I very much hope I'll finally get a min.-20-30 lines, REAL explanation of what I never have understood here. This might also help Win64bit users since often they are told it's not really important even in their case, but then, in which cases IS there any problem?

Thank you very much for real explanation (not just again throwing some unknown terms at people like me which doesn't explain anything).
Dec 3 2013 at 7:14am Copy Link
peter schleifer Not a bit, and the fact that you assume it might shows the problem XY has got.
I own the life-time license (full price) and would prefer to not have it bought; of the 5 paid commanders it's XY I use the least, even repartition of commands between the menus is highly questionable, and there's much more to it. Another recurrence, "Oh, Xy is sooo good, and I just use about 5 p.c. of its functionality!" XY's problem is, its developer takes that for a compliment, instead of working on it.
Dec 3 2013 at 8:48am Copy Link
VLM Mike B, IMO it makes far more sense to ask the product that renders the context menu to do it correctly, than to run around asking various vendors to supply 32-bit code in their 64-bit products. The "should" of it seems irrelevant to me.
Dec 3 2013 at 10:14am Copy Link
Donald Lessau Just to make sure: The context menu is rendered by the Windows shell, and it is rendered correctly. XYplorer just asks the shell to show that menu. Which items are shown in the menu is controlled by the shell, not by XYplorer. I'm sorry if my above link did not make that clear enough.
XYplorer - Dec 3 2013 at 10:43am Copy Link
Flo I am a Total Commander user and was evaluating XY for a bit today, possibly purchasing a license. One of the issues I have is the obscure implementation of TeraCopy, which I rely on to copy large files. TC has a simple plugin for that. I followed the instructions on the XY forum and downloaded the script; however, it does not work. Instead of files being copied to the destination they are copied to the clipboard. I find this really strange.

Overall XY seems to be a very nice software, but TeraCopy integration does not work (or not as easy as I would expect it) and I do not see any other features that would make me abandon TC for it at this point. Maybe the next time.
Dec 3 2013 at 11:11am Copy Link
Donald Lessau @Flo: Thanks for the report. Actually it would be easy for me to integrate TeraCopy within XYplorer without the need of any script or plugin. However, there never seemed too much demand for this since XYplorer has its own fast and robust copy engine (called XYcopy) which does the job just as well.

If more users vote for TeraCopy integration in the user forum I will add it.
XYplorer - Dec 3 2013 at 11:38am Copy Link
Watcher1924 Guys , I will honor you with my posts after I read all the old comments. ...I mean the ones from the first appearance of XYplorer here until today.
Meanwhile, @Donald Lessau, could you tell me or provide a forum link about how to return to the search results tab without having the program starting the search again and how to tell if it did make another search? The second part of the question is for the cases in which the search takes less than a second and the only way I know is to remember the previous amount of time (e.g. "search done in 18.3 ms).

I haven't really tried any of the other complete file managers (only some file utilities and the XP default one) and if they have as many features as XYplorer it would be a huge task to test even one, besides I'm satisfied with XYplorer and I have purchased a lifetime license at BDJ, in the past.
Dec 3 2013 at 12:11pm Copy Link
Donald Lessau @Watcher1924: 1) Turn on search results caching. 2) forum link:
XYplorer - Dec 3 2013 at 12:34pm Copy Link
Kelly Hamblin I bought a lifetime license the last time XYPlorer was offered here. I already knew it was the best file manager ever and was very glad to finally be able to afford a license. I'm very happy with it. Since I'm not that geeky, I haven't - yet - used even half its features.

The only trouble I've had with it has to do with viewing files with metadata, which I found, boils down to my having used the Comment field in Windows Explorer. I get an odd message about internet files when the internet should have nothing to do with it. Anyway, a very minor irritation.

Just my 2 bits.
Dec 3 2013 at 12:50pm Copy Link
a a Good software, but waiting for a toolbar slider to adjust thumbnail size. DOpus has this and it's very useful.
Dec 3 2013 at 5:08pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! XYplorer has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 4 2013 at 12:11am Copy Link
Gregg Holbert BTW, I found out that XYplorer does support LiveDrive Briefcase.
Dec 4 2013 at 6:45am Copy Link
Donald Lessau Yep, that's XYplorer's fundamental philosophy: XY does not touch your system at all. It's 100% stealth and portable.
XYplorer - Dec 4 2013 at 6:56am Copy Link
Software Guy This is a great deal for an excellent piece of software from a most responsive developer. Think about it - no more 50% upgrade fees which seem to roll around every year or every new release of windows. I recommend that you get it while you can at this discounted price.
Dec 4 2013 at 8:47am Copy Link
K V @Donald Lessau: Thanks for reply; maybe they (Fastspring) accept payement by bank transfer, but I don't see such an option when I click the "Buy now" button. There are two methods accepted: by credit card & by paypal. Unfortunately I have neither.
Dec 4 2013 at 10:14am Copy Link
Donald Lessau Wow, you are right, it was not enabled! Now it is, please try again.
XYplorer - Dec 4 2013 at 10:32am Copy Link
K V It worked, many many thanks!
Dec 4 2013 at 11:37am Copy Link
VLM Gregg Holbert - Would you be willing to elaborate on the DOpus half of your comment? What did you find problematic?
Dec 4 2013 at 12:46pm Copy Link
SoftCollector Just wondering: has the ability to perform file operations (copy, delete, rename, etc.) on Android phones, connected to the Windows machine, been added? The last time I checked it wasn't and I clearly remember that the developer promised to make it a priority the last time XY was on sale here.
Dec 4 2013 at 3:40pm Copy Link
Donald Lessau @SoftCollector: I'm currently working on it.
XYplorer - Dec 4 2013 at 11:29pm Copy Link
Matt Hi Donald.

As Flo requests above, I believe many others, including myself would like to see XYplorer/TeraCopy integration.

Thank you.
Dec 8 2013 at 5:23am Copy Link
Donald Lessau FYI, the latest XYplorer beta (v13.40.0204) supports seamless TeraCopy and FastCopy integration. See
XYplorer - Dec 11 2013 at 11:28am Copy Link
Flo Nice. Too bad your promotion is over. :(
Dec 11 2013 at 12:11pm Copy Link
VLM Gee whiz, Donald, couldn't you have done this more quickly?

Hahahahahahahaha! We love you, Donald!
Dec 11 2013 at 12:16pm Copy Link
Donald Lessau I told you I will do it. You should have believed me. :)
XYplorer - Dec 11 2013 at 12:49pm Copy Link

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