April 22, 2009 in Mac OSX (E)
[prMac.com] Luxembourg City, Luxembourg - publicspace.net has announced version 8.15 of its file, music and photo renaming utility, A Better Finder Rename. This release takes A Better Finder Rename 8 to a 64-bit garbage collected architecture and prepares the ground for important scalability and performance improvements that we hope to deliver in the next two releases.
The new release also includes a direct link to our new support forums and minor updates to the optional contextual menu plugin, hot key and system preferences modules.
This is also the first release to use our new simplified version numbering scheme that will provide us with more room for frequent updates now that product includes automatic software update functionality.
* Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
* Universal Binary for Intel and PowerPC
* 5 MB Hard Drive space
A Better Finder Rename has long been the most comprehensive file renaming solution for the Macintosh and has transformed the tedious and time-consuming task of renaming multiple files into a simple matter of seconds for thousands of creative professionals across the world. It is based on over 10 years of listening to our users and addressing their requirements to the best of our abilities.
Version 8.0 delivered a new user interface, save-able presets, automatic software updates and a brand new multi-threaded renaming engine that enables the software to automatically resolve file name conflicts, re-order renames to avoid deadlocks and provide an improved interactive experience.
Pricing and Availability:
A Better Finder Rename may be purchased for $19.95 (USD). Family, Business and Enterprise licensing is also available. Customers may chose to include a "forever upgrade" with their purchase.
publicspace.net was founded by Frank Reiff in 1996 with the aim of producing affordable best-of-breed software for the Macintosh. In the past decade, our A Better Finder series of file utilities and our MacBreakZ personal ergonomic assistant have become familiar fixtures of the Macintosh community. publicspace.net is also active in the Windows software market.