Directory Opus

Directory Opus

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File Manager and Explorer Replacement Directory Opus is a dual-pane file manager that can completely replace Windows Explorer. It offers a somewhat similar interface but adds many additional features that can make file management more efficient. The program is also highly customizable and allows you to personalize almost anything, from the GUI layout to the right-click options. You can assign color labels to file or folders, maintain a list of favorites, filter, sort, group and search your folders, and much more. Directory Opus also includes a full featured FTP manager that enables you to integrate FTP sites into your local folder structure and upload/download files via drag'n drop. In addition to various productivity features, the program comes with several additional tools to find duplicate files, join or split files, synchronize folders, convert images, burn CD/DVD discs, batch rename files, and much more. Copyright

Trial Limitations: 60 day trial

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Publisher GP Software Price $89.00
Version 13.7  history Last updated Jun 25, 2024
File Size 38.1 Mb Requirements None

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Windows is incomplete without this 5 stars by scsitransfer816 Jun 21, 2019
Using Directory Opus for the first time a couple years ago instantly changed the way I managed files on my computer. Being able to easily perform advanced functions and file organization with so much ease makes this tool a must buy for any windows power user. I'm sure that I only really understand 20 of the power of this tool as well, which makes me amazed and excited to know that if/when I run into some file management inconvenience there's probably a tool or option integrated into Directory Opus already to make it a breeze. I will continue to buy licenses so that I can have one on every PC in my home, and if you value your time and don't want to waste anymore on cumbersome file related tasks, you should too. show Review details
One of the very best! 5 stars by Job076 Apr 17, 2019
Great, the very best I would say! Multicommander is free, and almost as good, but Opus is THE BEST. I have purchased several licenses to use it on all my computers. show Review details
Opus is to a computer as salt is to the sea 5 stars by amerifax Dec 03, 2014 (Read all my 6 reviews)
There is absolutely no one that knows how to turn on a computer that can't benefit from Opus. Never found a program in all my years that financially benefited my needs. As far as the utility program I guarantee you will never find an equal. Utility! It would be better for me to list what it cannot do. But then I wouldn't know what that would be. Recently I was a victim of the way extremely harsh embezzlement. I am the only source in the state of Wisconsin that had the ability back in 2011 to list every home built since 1989. I had to reconstruct that database to same accuracy I had before the embezzlement. I searched high and low for a program that could save and reconstruct my damaged files. I could not find anything even close to what I needed. Then I started toying around with opus which I had for 8+ years. To my surprise I had the perfect program already installed on my computer, Opus. It gave me the capability to save my company. Sounds a bit heavy, but it's a fact. An absolute necessity. Whenever I reinstall, Windows XP to Windows 8.1 64bit, the 1st thing installed is Opus. The latest update to 11.6 "... Best update that I have ever received in all my years with computers. I feel I have an additional 70 of feature power. Short on experience, take out of the box and fly. Techie - Definitely Makes Your Day. Better said. Create whatever you want. Forum Support (You'll never find better) Search amerifax and see the speed and response quality. show Review details
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