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Q-Dir logo (45 pix) OK Software has released a new version of Q-Dir. Q-Dir is a free file manager. It looks a bit like Windows Explorer, but with four screens, making it easy to move, manage and view files. This also explains the name and the Q stands for quad. The program is only a few hundred kilobytes in size and use in various languages including Dutch. Since the last entry in the Clutter Tracker, the following changes and improvements:
New in version 5.91:
Adjustments and improvements in Q-Dir and update of the language files.
New in version 5.89:
And again adjustments and improvements in the TreeView and ListView when not using default system fonts!
Update of the language files in Q-Dir.
New in version 5.88:
Adjustments and improvements in the tree-view, when customize the DPI values in the system display settings!
New in version 5.87:
Disable / Enable or using the space bar for the scrolling feature (zoals IE / Chrome) via Menu, Tools, List view.
Optional for Windows 7/8/Vista Auto Expand system of the favorites at program start.
New in version 5.86:
And again, improvements and optimization for Windows 8.1 in Q-Dir and bug fix W8 Tree-View.
New in version 5.85:
Bug fix Windows 7 and 8.1: In the upward navigation, the output directory is not marked when use the color filter in Q-Dir.
Further improvements and optimization for Windows 8.1 in Q-Dir.
Q-Dir screenshot (620 pix)
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