As for apps like ExplorerPlus and Total Commander, I have not made a direct comparison, but XYplorer goes beyond either in usability.What do you mean by usability?
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Irfanview always seemed very clunky to me.For "clunkiness" I've always thought it the other way around, that XnView was the more clunky thing, but it might just be because I'm so used to the simple Irfanview interface I've set up that the default one in Xnview didn't please me.
I am constantly discovering cool new features it has, similar to all the stuff I keep finding in PSPad, my favorite text editor.-JavaJones (August 10, 2006, 12:04 AM)
Congratulations, TucknDar, on your new daughter. May your joy continue!Thank you!!
Jeff Kogler-JeffK (August 07, 2006, 05:55 PM)
I dunno if FireFox is that much more safe, but at least it's not targetted as much as IE... yet. The price to pay is of course bloat, sluggishness, slowness and high memory usage.Ever considered Opera? I used FireFox before, but it was too darn slow. Opera showed me the way. Still not a perfect browser, but by far the best and most comfortable I've ever used. And it's fast, both starting up and surfing!-f0dder (August 06, 2006, 03:25 PM)
I know what's happening. That has happened to me.Thank you thank you thank you! Boy, am I happy it was a simple solution like that
It's because when you press alt+shift (i think that's the combination), you switch to another keyboard layout.-jgpaiva (July 17, 2006, 03:52 AM)
yeah i really wonder if it is litestep -Yes, by running explorer as shell
is there a way to test it outside of litestep?-mouser (April 16, 2006, 02:35 AM)