Post by TripHammerPug on Dec 17, 2018 20:15:31 GMT -7
Yeah, like I said on G+, it's a good deal. Especially for the pro version. It's approx 28% off in US dollars, when you do the price conversion. I have an older Lite version of D'Opus installed...but never used, due to Using Xplorer2...Once I got tabbed dual windows, I didn't need my file manager to do much else as I have a separate programs that takes care of that. I'm sure I'm missing something?
Actually I just checked, I have D'Opus 12 lite. Got a deal...I think Humble Bundle.
Anyway, this is what I use (every once in a while, He does a promo and I upgrade):
I checked it out based on your recommendation Shane. I'm intrigued but I just am not sure it's worth $30 to get a new filemanager. I mean, I don't often edit metadata on files, explorer's thumbnail view works good enough and I'm not doing all the shit all the time and when I do I use the free tools that are really good, ie FileZilla, Bulk Rename Utility, TreeSize Free, IrfanView etc. I could see a bit of benefit from a tabbed explorer interface for copying files, and queuing file copies, but other than that it just seems like it's not really worth it. Most of the copying I do is from sdcards down to the pc, and they can't be queued anyway.
One tool, btw, that I have found extremely useful and worth buying is the Chrome extension Tabs Outliner. If you have run many pinned tabs like I do for work purposes, it's pretty much a necessity.
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Post by Shane R. Monroe on Dec 19, 2018 6:57:36 GMT -7
it's not necessarily that the products are better but it's the integration of the products within a single interface that really gives directory Opus its power. If you read my review and you're not swayed? I don't know how much more I can do to persuade you.
Shane R. Monroe, Passenger Seat Radio / RetroGaming Radio