File System Editor
File System Editor is a software application that can be used in order to manage items in a more efficient manner, uninstall programs and run a file or URL.
Hassle-free setup and tabbed environment
The installation process you are required to go through does not come with any unpleasant surprises, and it is over in a jiffy. After you are done with it, you come by a pretty simple and well-organized layout, as it consists of multiple tabs to easily access all available options, several buttons and a few panes.
Although Help contents are not supported, it is easy for all user categories to work with it, including those less experienced people.
Delete and move items
This utility enables you to move multiple files in one single session, by simply selecting the items you want to process and the output location. Aside from that, you can send multiple folders or files to the Recycle Bin or permanently delete them, the same action as you would use the “Shift+Delete” hotkey.
Uninstall utilities and use a search engine from the main window
A list of all the installed tools is available in another tab, along with information such as name, location and publisher. They can be uninstalled on at a time, by simply clicking the appropriately-labeled button.
In addition to that, you can run any file from the hard drive or a URL, browse the contents of your computer with the help of a built-in folder structure and finally, search for items on the Internet, with support for multiple websites, such as Bing, Yahoo!, Google, YouTube, CNN News and Google Images.
Conclusion and performance
It is not going to put a strain on the computer’s performance, as CPU and memory usage is low, regardless of the process under way. The interface is pretty user-friendly, yet not very appealing, the response time is pretty good and there are sufficient options to keep you busy for quite a while.
Taking all of this into consideration, we can safely say File System Editor is a pretty efficient piece of software for managing the contents of your HDD.