Windows Explorer as your default files and folders manager, you may find this
free utility extremely useful. Without changing your working style, you can add
multiples additional useful options to the built-in capabilities.
Explorer. And it lets you:
- Add some
built-in utilities that perform operations on files and folders.
- Add customized
commands which run external applications, copy/move to a specific folder
or delete specific file types.
- Configure the
“Send to…” submenu.
commands which are added by other applications to the context menu.
Synchronize Folders: Synchronizes two folders. It
is possible configure the synchronization type (unidirectional, bidirectional,
etc.) and the file types which must be synchronized.
Extended Delete: Deletes recursively specific file
types from a folder. The file types are specified with wildcards, for example:
*.txt, *.t??, etc.
Find And Replace: Finds and replaces a text in all
selected files. It is possible to use regular expressions.
Advanced Renamer: Renames all the selected elements
by using some patterns.
Delete Locked File: Deletes files which are locked
by any application and cannot be deleted normally.
Delete Permanently: Deletes the selected elements
WITHOUT moving them to the Recycle Bin.
Change Icon: Changes the icon assigned to the
Run with Arguments: Run a program with parameters
typed through a dialog box.
Command Line From Here: Open a command line window
and go to selected folder.
Split File: Splits the selected file in various
Join File: Joins the parts of a file which were
Copy to…: Copies the selected elements to other
Move to…: Moves the selected elements to other
Copy Name: Copies to the clipboard the name of the
all selected elements.
Copy Path: Copies to the clipboard the path of the
all selected elements.
Copy UNC Path: Copies to the clipboard the path of
the all selected elements in UNC format (machineSharedResourcePath).
Copy Internet Path: Copies to the clipboard the
path of the all selected elements in Internet format (file://Path).
Copy Content: Copies to the clipboard the content
of the selected element. If a folder is selected, all element names that the
folder contains will be copied.
Paste Clipboard: Appends the clipboard contents
into the selected elements. If a folder is selected, then will be created a
file in that folder with the clipboard contents.
Attributes: Displays a submenu which lets change
the attributes of the selected elements. If a folder is selected, it is
possible change the attributes recursively.
Change Time: Changes the creation time, the last
access time and/or the last write time of the selected elements. If a folder is
selected, it is possible change the time recursively.
Register DLL: Registers a DLL in Windows.
Unregister DLL: Unregisters a DLL.
Create New Folder: Creates a new folder into the
Size of Folders: Displays the size of the folders.
Shred Files: Lets you shred the selected files
definitely so it is impossible to recovery the files with recovering tools.
Send to mail recipient: Sends an e-mail with the
selected elements as attachments.
Pack to Folder: Creates a new subfolder in the
current folder and moves all the selected elements to this subfolder.
Duplicate Files: Creates a new copy of the selected
elements in the current folder.
Select: Selects the elements in the Windows
Explorer by its type.
NOTE: this utility does not work on Windows 7.
Create Symbolic Link: Creates a symbolic link which
is referenced to the selected element. It only works on Windows Vista or later.
Calculate and Verify Checksum: Calculates and
verifies checksums of the selected elements. By calculating the checksum of a
file you can verify if the file has been modified.