Directory Opus Pro 11.7.4 Build 5396 Beta (x86/x64) | 71.81 MB
Are you frustrated by the limitations of Windows Explorer? Directory Opus provides a complete Explorer Replacement with far more power and functionality than any other file manager available today.
Just some of the features include:
- Single or dual pane file display and trees
- Folder tabs let you keep multiple folders open and switch quickly between them
- Unique Explorer Replacement mode provides a full replacement for Windows Explorer
- Quickly filter, sort, group and search your folders
- Support for FTP and archive formats like Zip, 7Zip and RAR
- Viewer pane lets you preview images, documents and more
- Batch renaming, view and edit file metadata
- Access content on portable devices like phones, tablets and cameras, and burn your files to CD or DVD
- Built-in tools including synchronize and duplicate file finder
- Calculate folder sizes and print or export folder listings
- Queue multiple file copies for improved performance
- Color-code your files and folders or assign star ratings
- Fully configurable user interface - toolbars, keyboard hotkeys, and a full scripting interface let you tailor Opus exactly to suit your needs
- Efficient, multi-threaded, modern design. Available in both 32 and 64 bit versions.
Changes in Directory Opus 11.7.4 Beta:
- Added the following additional notifications to the OnListerUIChange event: duallayout, metapanelayout, viewerlayout, toolbars, toolbarset, toolbarsauto, minmax
- Fixed a bug when using tags via script Metadata object (if the file in question came from a tab, retrieving the tags from the object would cause the file to lose its tags in the file list).
Fixed commands with Set THUMBNAILSIZE not running any commands after that line.
Fix for character encoding issue when saving MP3 ID3 tags in some locales.
Greatly reduced delay when using the context menu to extract non-zip archives which contain thousands of folders.
If the metadata panel fails to apply metadata changes because of a sharing violation, it now checks viewers to see if the file is currently being viewed, and closes it again before retrying.
The Set LAYOUT=Remember command did not properly record the toolbars that were open.