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1. XYplorer
2. GridMove
3. Opera
4. Foobar2000
5. ClipMate

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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: XYplorer File Manager
« on: November 20, 2007, 02:44 PM »
One side [...] - the other [...]

You seem to have a somewhat black-white approach to the world. There are no two sides - we are all people who try to manage our files and we use different tools with different approaches.

To say "I don't like B, make it look more like A" is absurd.
Just buy A and everything is good.

Perhaps, SP is just a "certain way of life"?; these posts make it look like a mysterious cult.

Sorry, I have to dissapoint you, SP isn't "a certain way of life", it's only "a certain way of managing files". Tastes differ, my friend, and so do tools. This way everyone can be happy.

One side attempts to provide arguments [...]

Oh, and sorry again, I didn't realize that you tried to provide arguments...

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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: XYplorer File Manager
« on: November 20, 2007, 12:41 PM »
Anyhow, looks like we can close this part of the debate soon.
Oh, really? Do you have some insider information we all others don't have?

Come on, luc, just stop your whining and buy Directory Opus or some other DP clone. There are so much choices, where is your problem?  :wallbash: :nono2:  :down:

Or buy both fruits and make lemonade!  :P :P

You don't seem to understand that DP is far more than just adding a second pane. The whole program is build around the SP approach...

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General Software Discussion / Re: What's your preferred File Manager
« on: September 14, 2007, 10:20 AM »
I wonder why SPEED COMMANDER is not among the top three. XYplorer, Speed Commander and Total Commander are all great tools!

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What's the Best? / Re: Anti-Virus Package
« on: September 14, 2007, 10:16 AM »
For me AVIRA is by far the best anti-virus tool!

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And if you want to save another few dollars, wait a week (until Sept 20) where I goes for sale on Bit du Jour for 40% off (http://www.bitsdujou...index.aspx?review=50).

Or if you're a bit more adventurous, it's available at Serial Dealers for 2 Euro (about $3) - but you have to open an account for a minimum of 5 Euro (so get another software package there while you're at it):  http://www.serialdea.../details.php?batch=3


Great tip, thank you!

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