Directory Opus

Posted on Monday, September 12 2011 @ 10:54 CEST by

Are you frustrated by the limitations of Windows Explorer? Directory Opus provides a complete replacement for Explorer with far more power and functionality than any other file manager available today.

The new Opus 10 help file (manual) is now complete and included. (Use the Help menu or F1 key to view the built-in copy. You can also view the online version, or download the PDF version for printing.)
Google Desktop Search support was broken.
With the copy queue enabled, Copy AS / Move AS now asks for new filenames (or rename pattern) when the operation is queued rather than when the job starts running.
Automated Find commands (those that use both NAME and IN arguments to automate the Find function) no longer inherit the previous settings of the Find dialog.
SetAttr META * no longer modifies the file timestamps if this is disabled in Preferences.
The Folder Options Save For All Folders + Layouts & Folder Tabs command did not correctly update folder tab groups.
Prefs PAGE=imageshack now opens the correct page.
Fixed problem where only the first file would be extracted from a zip file when the contents of the archive were dropped on the desktop.
Fixed problem where metadata added to PDF files generated by GhostScript would not be recognised in other programs.
Program Information

Tools and Utilities

Works on:

Product page: here

Download: Directory Opus

Loading Comments