Rage Software has released a new version for Macintosh Explorer, bringing it to version 4.0. Macintosh Explorer is a hard drive browsing engine designed for file search and management. The latest release features enhancements including faster navigation and third column viewing. According to Rage Software:
Rage Software today announced the immediate availability of Macintosh Explorer 4.0. A major upgrade to the integrated file browser and file management tool.
Macintosh Explorer brings the hierarchal navigation system of Windows Explorer to the Mac. Complete with file management tools to edit extended file information, back up documents and batch change file information, Macintosh Explorer combines a file browser with a multitude of powerful file management tools to help keep your files organized and a click away.
Macintosh Explorer 4.0 is a major upgrade offering much faster file navigation as well as three new file views including icon view, detailed list view and list view.
Version 4.0 also introduces an optional third column view which allows for a similar navigation style to the Mac OS X column view and can also filter the displayed files based on size, creation/modification dates, kind or extension allowing you to quickly find the files you are looking for in large, cluttered folders.
Lastly, version 4.0 introduces folder banks where files are stacked together and can be manipulated as a whole or individually. It also allows you to dock files inbetween drag and drop operations as well as keeps similar files together.
You can find more information about the latest Macintosh Explorer release at the Rage Software Web site. Macintosh Explorer upgrades from previous versions is US$7.95, while the full version is available for US$15.00.