Projects / UnixExplorer


UnixExplorer is a file manager structured a bit like Windows. You can browse your filesystem in a tree. It includes individual icons for file types, individual applications for file types, sorting, renaming files and directories, deleting files, creating directories, and full Unix, Linux, and Mac OS compatibility. Planned features include cut/copy/paste, drag and drop, and full Windows compatibility.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  12 Mar 2008 16:55

    Release Notes: The entire program was rewritten in the RDAS Java framework. The copy, paste, move, and delete actions are stable now. Image transformations were implemented. Files can be renamed. Mac OS X .APP architecture. Full bash access was implemented on Mac OS X.

    •  30 Dec 2006 17:24

      Release Notes: Logging was enhanced. Files marked for copy or paste now have different symbols till they are copied, moved, or unmarked. The menu now works for copy, cut, paste, delete, and open. Extensions were renamed to configuration. The preview is now zoomable and movable. Stability and performance were improved. A known bug is that the the copy thread somtimes hangs.

      •  21 Dec 2006 17:25

        Release Notes: Logging was enabled. Percent bars are shown while copying. Handling was improved.

        •  20 Dec 2006 19:26

          Release Notes: This release adds preview and cut and paste.


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