File Master 1.2
A small and easy to use file manager
So, you can use keyboard shortcuts to edit, copy, mode and delete files, create a new folder, as well as exit the application.
In addition, you can rename, split and combine files, view system information, connect via FTP, upload and download data, as well as go to the root directory.
Furthermore, you can disable hotkeys, drive and extra buttons, change the interface language, as well as access various applications found in Windows, such as Task Manager, Calculator, Notepad, Explorer and others.
The program runs on a low amount of system resources, has a pretty good response time and didn't freeze, crash or pop up errors during our tests. On the other hand, there is no help file available and File Master's features are pretty limited. Plus, we weren't able to normally exit the program (we had to terminate the process from Task Manager).
All in all, File Master is a decent file manager but it doesn't necessarily bring something new to the table. Nevertheless, before dismissing it, we suggest you test File Master for yourself to see if it matches your preferences. We recommend it with reservations.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on April 24th, 2012
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What's New in This Release:
- FTP support
- batch files renaming
- splitting and combining files
Application descriptionFile Master is an application that was designed to be an easy-to-use dual-pane file manager and FTP client. Using...
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