There are two versions (DOS and Win32) of the Folder Manager utility. The main advantage of the DOS version is hard disk direct access, which allows you to unerase deleted files without shutdown in MS-DOS mode.
The Win32 version is fully optimized for work under Windows` 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP. It also supports the NTFS extensions (hard links, access rights, etc.
) and Win32 API system functions. A short description of the Folder Manager (both DOS and Win32 versions): Network support (Win32)Temporary panelFull support of long file namesFast copy and move file operationsPowerful file search (including text mask, attributes, date, time, size, etc.
) engineMulti-windowed interface - you can open several windows, change their sizes and move them from one part of screen to another. Memory information in the DOS version and a process viewer (with quot;killquot; command) in Win32 versionFile associations and highlightingFully customizable built-in text editor with many text formatting functions, macros support and customizable syntax highlight (multi-string comments, keyword, etc.
). There are lots of pre-defined syntax highlight schemes (Pascal, C/C++, Assembler, Perl, Basic, Ada, Java, Batch files, HTML, FIDO MSG, pointlists and nodelists).
It`s possible to add/edit the syntax highlight schemes easily. Built-in text/binary file viewer with syntax highlight and Hex-editorPowerful archivers support: ACE, RAR, ARJ, HA, ZIP, LZH, CAB.
UU / LT encoding and decoding (LT is anew method of coding that makes sections which are 15% less than UU). The following video modes are supported: 80x25, 80x50 (Win32 version) 80x25, 80x50, 90x25, 90x30 (DOS version) Hypertext help system.