If you generally like Windows 7, but aren’t quite happy with its file and folder management efficiency, you may want to opt for a more conventional way of working with your data. Some 10-15 years ago, file managers like Norton Commander were wildly popular — and there were reasons for that. Fast navigation, ease of selecting, copying, moving and deleting files made them an obvious choice for active users who worked with ample numbers of files and folders on local and external drives.
WinNC is a modern reincarnation of exactly this type of file management tools. A real productivity booster, it combines the best qualities of Norton Commander and similar solutions and complements them with a great deal or innovative features intended for making your work even more efficient and hassle-free. Generally inspired by the two-pane interface of NC, it uses tabs to organize files and folders on your PC into projects. For instance, you can add multiple objects related to a specific project or topic to a tab and browse them only — other files and folders will not be shown at all. This will come in especially handy if you are a developer, designer or engineer and have various related resources located locally and in your network. Apart from this efficient way or organizing data, WinNC offers built-in media playback and image viewing capabilities, background operation, task paralleling and intelligent highlighting of files with different statuses. You can also create disk images, burn them to CD and DVD discs and work with popular archive formats.
WinNC is a perfect addition to Windows 7 that will make file management manifold easier and will help you do more with fewer efforts!
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