Rage Software has released an update for Macintosh Explorer, bringing it to version 3.2.5. Macintosh Explorer is a hard drive browsing engine designed for file search and management. The update ships with multiple file enhancements and OS 9 launch bug fixes. According to Rage Software:
Rage Software today announced the availability of Macintosh Explorer 3.2.5. 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.
New in 3.2.5:
Change the file type/creator codes for multiple files using Macintosh Exploreris batch info changer. Helpis set a documents creator application when transferring files from OS X to OS 9 or from other platforms.
Macintosh Explorer 3.2.5 also fixes a problem with launching files on OS 9.
You can find more information about the Macintosh Explorer update at the Rage Software Web site. Macintosh Explorer 3.2.5 is free for registered users of 2.x and up, while the full version is available for US$15.00.