Use this beefy Windows Explorer substitute to rule your files with an iron fist.
Windows Explorer is the PC equivalent of a library card catalog--it'll help you find what you need, but it won't give you much help with using it. This file manager performs the usual copy, move and delete functions that Windo
ws Explorer does, but it also lets you use those files in ways that usually take another program (or two). For instance, it allows you to search for duplicate files, rename groups of files with a hotkey, and encode files. A packer-and-unpacker feature lets you compress and expand files. The built-in FTP client works from the interface.