June 12, 2012 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Khmelnitsky, Ukraine - LikeMac Group today updates Disk Order to v.3.2.2, the Mac OS X file manager with dual pane interface. This release adds some really nice features.
The major features are:
* New easy to use network browse feature
* Updated Navigation Bar plugin
* Improved plugin support
* New Lion style icons added
* Fixed Lion compatibility issues
The most exciting feature is network browsing. It's easy now. You no longer need to use Connect To Server window to login to some AFP server and can simply browse network in the side bar. It definetely a lot faster. Similarly to other popular file managers, Disk Order can copy/view/edit files, browse archives, connect to FTP and do many other useful tricks. It also supports plugins, one of which is iPod Browse for downloading music from your iPod/iPhone.
Disk Order was designed to be a substitution of Finder, featuring a dual pane interface, helping to save a lot of time when it comes to file management. It's a great choice for laptop owners, because nearly all operations can be done with keyboard only, without dragging files around. It also would be the best for those who used to work with applications like Total Commander or Directory Opus.
Pricing and Availability:
Disk Order 3.2.2 requires Mac computer with any Intel processor and Mac OS X 10.4 or higher. It can be downloaded free of charge on 30-day trial term basis. The full version can be purchased for $29.95 (USD).
Based in Khmelnitsky, Ukraine, LikeMac was founded in 2003, LikeMac Group is an independent developer of system enhancement solutions for Mac OS X. Copyright (C) 2012 LikeMac Group. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Finder and iPod, iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Total Commander and Directory Opus are also registered trademarks of their respective owners.