Utility Factory Releases FileBoss V2 Upgrade

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<strong>Everett, Wash. </strong><br />The Utility Factory has released FileBoss Version 2, a major upgrade to its power file manager and toolbox for managing large, modern file systems. This release adds a completely new, user-friendly yet highly configurable interface to better access FileBoss&#39;s powerful file management system. And new tools have been added and existing tools upgraded.<br /><br />FileBoss provides a common interface to its powerful file manager, along with its comprehensive set of tools for renaming, copying, merging, backing up and comparing files, as well as flattening or cleaning folders.<br /><br />FileBoss V2 is a major upgrade. The completely new user interface enhances usability, provides an intuitive environment and offers detailed customization, not only for the program&#39;s look and feel but also for its functionality.<br /><br />FileBoss provides a rich set of search functions for locating files that need to be managed. In addition to a comprehensive find function FileBoss allows user to quickly find recently modified files, old files, files containing specific text, by file size, by normal and NTFS advanced attributes and even files that have paths and names over a certain length. And all of FileBoss&#39;s find routines utilize relative times as well as the traditional time and date formats.<br /><br />Whether from a normal Explore view or from search results, files and folders can be copied with extreme precision and robust error handling. They can be renamed with simplicity, such as by changing spaces to underscores, changing their extensions or adding sequential numbers, to renaming with detailed control using search and replace within the names. In addition file times and parent folder names can be added to thousands of file names at once.<br /><br />FileBoss also provides advanced management routines such as copying complex folder trees without copying any files; pasting files into multiple folders at one time; spinning duplicates of files and folders; managing files with very long filenames (up to 2047 bytes) that frustrate other programs; setting advanced NTFS attributes such as<br /><br />Temporary, Offline, Encrypted, etc.; touching files; creating shortcuts; comparing, merging and purging folders and paths, flattening or cleaning folders, joining files and more.<br /><br />FileBoss wraps its powerful file management routines in a single, flexible interface that allows up to 50 tabs open at a time (in multiple horizontal or vertical panes if wanted), persistent dialogue and program status even when FileBoss is closed, saved searches and Virtual Folders; dynamic bookmarks and a direct-entry Command Bar for quick navigation and command entry.<br /><br />One of the major new features of FileBoss V2 is tab groups that allow viewing Explore tabs and/or search results<br /><br />FileBoss is specifically designed to intrude as little as possible on the host system. It has only two executables, no DLLs or ActiveX components and writes nothing to the Windows or other system folders.<br /><br />FileBoss retails for $49.99 and is fully functional and free to use for 30-days. System requirements: Windows Vista, 2003, XP, 2000. Comprehensive PDF manuals suitable for reading and printing are available on the Web site without charge. <br />

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