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XYplorer 16.70.0000

XYplorer is a file manager for Windows. It features tabbed browsing, a powerful file search, a versatile preview, a highly customizable interface, optional dual pane, and a large array of unique ways to efficiently automate frequently recurring tasks. It’s fast and light, it’s innovative, and it’s portable.

XYplorer is a portable file manager. It doesn’t require any installation, stores all configuration data in the application data folder, and running it doesn’t change your system or registry. Take it with you and start it from a USB stick. File management to go.

Tabs let you switch between folders most easily. Drag them around, hide them, lock them, name them, or drop files onto them. The tabs remember their configuration individually and across sessions. On top of this you get tabsets and dual pane.

XYplorer has been designed to make you faster. Numerous usability enhancements in an attractive interface help to streamline your workflow and increase your efficiency. You will definitely save a lot of time.

XYplorer 16.70.0000 has been released on 02nd of May, 2016.

Download the Software (XYplorer 16.70.0000):

File Name: xyplorer_full.zip
Software Name: XYPlorer
Version: 16.70.0000
Developer: Donald Lessau
File Size: 3.6 MB
Official Link: http://www.xyplorer.com/

Download XYPlorer 16.70.0000

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