Control3 is a comprehensive file management program for copying and moving files between drives and directories, for deleting, viewing, or editing files, executing programs, .ZIP, .RAR file processing, and for quickly navigating complex directories.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: Control3 is a comprehensive file management program for copying and moving files between drives and directories, for deleting, viewing, or editing files, executing programs, .ZIP and .RAR file processing, and for quickly navigating complex directory structures. Unlike other file management programs Control3 gives you access to three drives or directories simultaneously, so the files you want access to are more often directly at your fingertips. Control3 also features an exceptionally fast directory search function enabling you to rapidly navigate your file system. An ideal replacement for Windows Explorer.
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