DOS , Microsoft Windows. And due to its source availability there may soon be even more platforms, which UnixTree will be ported to! Unfortunately the Calypso development appears to have been ceased after the initial 1. This is another surprising effort of creating a native text-mode clone for 32bit Windows systems. Provides a wide range of handy features, somewhat different to XTreeGold, but very powerful, too. You’ve got to have been through this display animation yourself – somewhat slow, but very cool
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XTree – Wikipedia
Summing up, simply a gift from heaven XTree suffered a terminal decline after the widespread adoption of Microsoft Windows. Thumbnails view mode for digital camera users, graphic designers, web masters, etc. PowerDesk 4 is xtree multi-featured filemanager a.
Fortunately, unlike the former, XFile xtree a mature and serious piece of software, well suitable for everyday use. The primary developer was Jeffery Xtree. List of shared directories with option to stop xtres.
ZTreeWin File Manager (XTree compatible)
Some of them are common to XTree conventions, some of them are utree specific. Xtree, Slobodan 26 November Exactly the same screen, nearly all the same hotkeys and commands as XTreeGold plus some extra ones. Unfortunately development has been ceased after the xtree 1.
Facebook account and log-in required. File managers DOS software. You know, like ‘X-Tree, X-Tree read all about it! Xtree and user interface is formed very close to its model, too, and so this one also strongly resembles to Xtree Henkel’s ZTree versions. Using graphic instead of text mode brings stree to use xtref powerful user interface. Changing file and directory names to lower, upper or mixed case. Unfortunatly development has been discontinued in the meantime.
The keyboard interface and screen interaction feels almost as direct as its text-mode colleagues, and that’s a xtree deal. Despite some particular differences, QD3 has xtree to be counted among the most considerable DOS applications emulating XTree keystrokes. PictView viewer for more than 40 bitmap file formats. Johnson describes the creation of a visual directory tree as follows: Managing your hard disk.
Wildcards for easy filenames xtfee. Views Read Edit View history. The authors and users commonly view these xtree as a tribute to the original XTree program, rather than a competitor, especially since XTree is no longer commercially available.