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    Explorer with Tabs (That's Windows Explorer, not Internet Explorer)

    INFO SCIENCE: Here's a great new program I just started using. Direct from the horse's mouth:

    ExplorerXP is a very fast, small, compact and innovative FREEWARE (for non - commercial use) file manager for Windows 2000/XP. Unlike the regular Windows Explorer, it displays the total size of each folder and allows you to browse multiple folders from a tabbed interface.

    What does Microsoft have against tabs anyway? We may never know.

    Now all I need is an explorer / desktop / interface for XP that looks and works like my Powerbook does and I'll be golden.

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    What I want is a windows explorer whose interface is exactly like that of Excel. Why not? It's got tabs and everything, it's got Find and Replace, reorganize based off of whatever, copy+paste into other apps, print, etc.

    Oh, and Microsoft is to Tabs what Apple is to Two Button Mice.

    March 17, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterAndrew Grant

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