Although the majority of Windows users don’t even consider using anything besides the standard Windows Explorer, there are people out there who would not mind switching to something more efficient, time-saving and functional. A good file manager should allow you to automate as many typical operations as possible and be able to quickly manipulate thousands of files on your hard drive. If you are fed up with the sluggishness and last-century usability of Windows Explorer, you should definitely check out some alternatives — and we recommend starting from XYplorer!
XYplorer is a file manager with a twist. First of all, it does not require installation, so you can use it on any PC — just plug a flash drive with XYplorer, launch it and enjoy the flight! The program stores all of its settings in the installation folder, so the system registry remains unchanged. XYplorer even has its own file associations that override the system ones, so you can create your ultimate software toolkit, copy it to a flash drive, configure XYplorer and migrate from PC to PC using familiar tools. The interface of the program supports tabbed browsing and fully configurable tabs that can be shuffled around, renamed, locked and a lot more. For ease of work, XYplorer features a two-pane mode, a possibility to search in tabs and a versatile address bar that accepts file paths, URL’s and even search terms with Boolean and regular expressions! If you often work with the same deeply nested folders, you can create shortcuts to them for ease of access. Other noteworthy functions of the software include background operation and queuing, file tagging, batch renaming and a bunch of other features that can make your work a lot easier!
If you need a fresh alternative for Windows Explorer, make sure you don’t miss XYplorer!
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