Directory Opus Pro 12.22 Build 7593 is a file manager program with many different features. This program is designed to replace Windows Explorer, so working with files is more comfortable and provides many new features. The program provides convenient functions for managing files, supports working with archives, access to FTP, working with graphic images and music files. An important difference between Directory Opus and other file managers is its interface, which by default looks like standard Windows Explorer, which most users will be familiar with and comfortable with. Regarding the interface, it is worth paying attention to the full customization of the menu, panels and shortcut keys.
Advanced features of Directory Opus Pro:
- The Directory Opus package was initially focused on comfortable work with a large number of files in different folders. When installed, it completely replaces the built-in Explorer, allowing you to quickly open Opus windows by double-clicking on the desktop or via the context menu. Each Opus window can contain one or more panes with the same folder displayed in different views or different folders in the system.
- The user interface, developed over years of development, is the trump card of the Opus package, offering the greatest possible flexibility. Here you can add links to folders, drives and other places where the folders can be stored. The Opus package also makes it easier to create, view, and decompress archives. In addition, complete work with FTP servers is supported, including copying files from one site to another.
- According to the developers, those who once mastered Directory Opus will never return to standard Windows Explorer, especially as the product is constantly being improved based on user feedback and the latest trends. Version 10.1 brings many new features to Directory Opus users, including an updated view of file operations, improved work with archives of various formats (including 7Zip), and new search and filter functions in file lists using the built-in Windows search engine.
- This program has a built-in FTP client, which is simple and convenient to use. With it, you can easily exchange data with remote servers. The Opus directory also has a file backup tool. This program uses a moderate amount of system resources and can be loaded with the operating system. As a result, you get a fairly powerful and well-thought-out file manager, which is much more fun to use than with the standard Windows Explorer.
- When copying files, copy queues are now supported so that different operations running at the same time do not interfere with each other. A new tab to display metadata makes it easy to view and edit all the additional properties in the file. Support for “Libraries” in Windows 7 now allows you to open access to these libraries for users of earlier versions of Windows – XP and Vista. In addition, a number of new features in folder navigation have been implemented.