Path Finder 6.3

Category: Technical

Tag: Mac OS X


Posted on 2013-07-21, by ebooksfree.

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Path Finder 6.3 | Mac Os X | 26 MB

Path Finder offers the tools you need to access and manage your files quickly, accurately, and completely on OS X. A world-class operating system deserves a world-class file manager. Dive into a familiar interface packed with uncommonly powerful features and make your file system sing with Path Finder 6.


Path Finder 6.3


Just a small selection of the Path Finder 6 feature set: 
Dual pane file browser 
Tabs to quickly manage multiple locations on your hard drive in one window 
Reorder how your files are listed to suit your personal preferences 
View invisible files and navigate inside of Mac OS X packages quickly and easily 
Access your frequently used folders, files, and applications with the Shelf, and save multiple Shelf setups to suit different activities 
Pause drag-and-drop operations by putting files into the Drop Stack for future use 
Create and convert disk images 
Access the OS X command line 
Much, much more!

Requirements
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later


HomePage: http://www.cocoatech.com/pathfinder/


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