Rage Software has released an update for Macintosh Explorer, bringing it to version 3.1. Macintosh Explorer is a hard drive browsing engine designed for file search and management. The update features performance enhancements and bug fixes. According to Rage Software:
Rage Software announced today, the immediate availability of Macintosh Explorer 3.1. An major update to the popular file browser and file management tool.
Macintosh Explorer is the advanced file browser and file management tool for the Mac. Like Windows Explorer, It offers a hierarchical overview of your files and folders on all mounted drives. Macintosh Explorer provides a wide variety of powerful file management tools, which can easily be accessed while browsing your hard drives.
New in This Version:
- Macintosh Explorer 3.1 provides improved support for Mac OS X featuring long file name support, Unix paths and scroll wheel support. It also provides the ability to rename files and folders within the file lists and includes faster live resizing on Mac OS X
- Furthermore, version 3.1 adds a preview feature in each explorer window so that opening a new window to preview a file is no longer necessary although still available
- Other minor issues were addressed in this release as well as additional features were added. Please see the Read Me file included with the download
You can find more information about the Macintosh Explorer update at the Rage Software Web site. Macintosh Explorer 3.1 is free for registered users of 2.x and up, while the standard license is available for $15 US and a site license is $499.95 US..