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Dir Me Up available on AmigaOS 4.1

Date 14-Feb-2013 15:46:57
Topic: software OS4


Dir Me Up is now available for AmigaOS 4.1 computers.

Dir Me Up a software to explore and manipulate files, links and drawers of your Amiga.



Click read more;

You browse quickly and easily the content from your hard drives, USB sticks or CDs with advanced features: browsing history, current path being accessible via buttons, multiple sorts, filters, preview (image, text)...

Handle one or several files: cut, copy, paste, rename, comment, manage attributes are some actions that you can perform easily. Of course, you can choose to click on icons, use a context menu or type the keyboard shortcuts.

Connect Dir Me Up with the best existing software on Amiga OS 4: video, music, internet are all pleasures you can enjoy by a double-click.

More details on our website.

You can download a demo allowing (only) browsing
here or there.

There are also two videos: 1st part 2nd part (French speaking but a few English written comments).

Dir Me Up, improve your Amiga!




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