GPS software has released version 12.12 of its file manager Directory Opus. This program is in a way comparable to Total Commander , but with more extensive options about what information should be displayed and in which way. The program nestles deep into Windows and is therefore more intended as a replacement for Windows Explorer.
Directory Opus is versatile and extremely configurable, both in terms of functionality and appearance. That is also the biggest problem, because the program can certainly happen to novice users. Directory Opus works on Windows XP and higher, and is available in a 32bit and 64bit version. The program can be tested for 60 days ; after that, a license of 89 Australian dollars must be purchased, which amounts to approximately 56 euros. Since version 10.2 there is also a less extensive version , for converted 31 euros. The changelog for this issue shows the following list of changes and improvements:
Changes since 12.11:
Fix for Opus being unable to update configuration files. An operating system bug in Windows 10 meant that the System process would lock up the config files if you installed certain UWP / Metro Windows Store applications.
Opus now resolves soft links / junctions to their underlying paths before passing them to Windows Search (since the index would seem to be no return).
Having the Status column added to a file no longer triggers a background load or metadata for all files in the folder, unless it’s actually needed (ie if a filter that sets a status icon uses metadata).
When editing a Folder for a collection path, as the default format for all sub-folders checkbox can now be used to apply the format to sub-collections.
Added support for the iTunes Compilation tag for MP3 and MP4 (M4A) files.
Ctrl + C / Ctrl + V or a file with a very long (~ 250) filename now works properly and no longer tries to use the file’s short name.
Copy CREATEFOLDER now supports folder aliases.
You can now delete the file. Delete command arguments to the Show VIEWERCMD = delete command. For example, Show VIEWERCMD = delete, shift, quiet would suppress the confirmation prompt.
Fixed a side effect of the newly added Preferences / File Operations / Inline Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename / Rename
Directory Opus 11 screenshot (620 pix)
Version number 12.12
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016
File size 54,70MB
License type Shareware
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