Macintosh Explorer Updated With Tab File Browsing

Rage Software has released an update for Macintosh Explorer, bringing it to version 4.1. Macintosh Explorer is a hard drive browsing engine designed for file search and management. The update features tab file browsing and new search fields. According to Rage Software:

Rage Software today announced the immediate availability of Macintosh Explorer 4.1. A major update to the integrated file browser and file management tool and the first Macintosh file browser to include tabbed file browsing.

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 4.1 introduces tabbed file browsing, the first file browser to support this method of file browsing. Tabbed file browsing allows users to browse multiple folders simoutanously without the clutter of multiple windows.

Version 4.1 also introduces a new file search field in every Explorer window which provides the ability to search your entire computer or selected folders for certain documents.

You can find more information about the latest Macintosh Explorer release at the Rage Software Web site. Macintosh Explorer 4.1 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$15.00.