|TriDComm is a 3D file manager for windows. It requires opengl and a 3D accelerator card.
It has the usual file operations (rename, view, edit, copy, move, mkdir, delete, compare, find), trace route, ping in a 3D view, private chat and an FTP server.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:15|
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|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000|
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TriDComm has a pair of Norton-Commander-style listing windows,
all of the ususal file and directory folder icons are rendered
as three dimensional objects. File types are indicated by distinctive
shapes, and the third dimension of the objects (z-axis) represent
the file size. At the base of each object is the file detail material:
name, size, moddate and attributes. The app supports the usual file
manager controls (directory tree, copy, move, rename, view file, hexview file,
view graphic file, edit file, delete file, compare files, find file, make directory, network drive un-/mapping) and zip file handling.
It uses the mouse along with the Ctrl and Alt keys to navigate around in the
3D space provided (pan, zoom and rotate). And you are even given control
over background color etc. Version 1.2 includes 3D icons, 3D trace route, 3D ping, private chat and an FTP server.
3d, file manager
opengl, 3D accelerator card
added: fixing of the directory traversal vulnerability of the FTP server
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| Free Download TriDComm 1.4 from tridcomm.com|
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