A new version of the app is now waiting for your download
File Brick, one of the most popular file managers in the Windows Store, has recently received an update, so all users who have already installed it should deploy the new version as soon as possible.According to the official release notes published in the Store, the new 2.1.1 version packs a fix for the Flickr time zone issue reported by some users on Windows RT tablets.
As you most likely know, File Brick is offered with a freeware license, but users who want to remove ads and unlock some cloud services need to purchase the full version.
Of course, File Brick can be used on all Windows 8 versions currently on the market, including the tablet-oriented Windows RT installed on Microsoft’s own Surface RT.
Download the new File Brick version for Windows 8 from Softpedia