Macintosh Explorer 3.5 Adds Spring Loaded Folders, More

Rage Software has updated Macintosh Explorer to version 3.5. Macintosh Explorer is a file browser and file management tool for Classic Mac OS and Mac OS X. The new version offers spring-loaded folders, a more customizable interface, and more. From Rage Software:

Rage Software today announced the availability of Macintosh Explorer 3.5. A major upgrade to the integrated file browser and file management tool.

Macintosh Explorer provides an alternative method of browsing your hard drives. As well, it provides a familiar interface for file navigation for Windows users converting to the Mac.

Furthermore, Macintosh Explorer provides such features as removing unneeded files, backing up important documents, extended file information and a batch file info changer combined with an easy to use file browser. Allowing you to perform various operations on files and folders while browsing your hard drives.

Since Macintosh Explorer resembles Windows Explorer, it allows Windows users to quickly become comfortable when switching to the Macintosh platform.

New in 3.5

Macintosh Explorer 3.5 adds spring loading folders, an improved file browsing experience with more options to customize the look and feel of Macintosh Explorer, the ability to save lists of files for specific folders to a text file and better routines for copying and moving files including retaining file extension information.

Version 3.5 also improves stability all around and fixes many issues with previous releases. Better support for files with long file names and unicode characters is also included in this update.

Macintosh Explorer 3.5 is available now. New users can get Macintosh Explorer 3.5 for US$15, users of versions prior to 3.x can upgrade for US$6.95, and users of version 3.x can update to 3.5 for free.