Desktop Explorer provides integrated set of tools, viewer and
editor window that you'd often have to pay more than the price of
Desktop Explorer just to have one of these cool utilities! Here are
some of the screenshots of those major applications:
Explorer offers a very full range of Archive tools giving you the
ability to create, edit, view, convert, and search compressed files.
You can even create a self-extracting Window's executable file
(*.exe) from an Archive.
the basic Windows Find Files or Search Text (also available as
enhanced Desktop Explorer Special Tools) - the Archive versions
actually perform their searches on files contained within compressed
archives. You can activate these special searches via the Main
The Batch Rename function allows you to quickly
rename multiple files into a sequence of file names.
To activate this function, go to the Tools - Batch
Encrypt/Decrypt function allows you to keep private files private by
using a special password encrypting algorithm to render files
useless until they are decrypted. This can be applied to files on
your own computer, your network or for files shared between other
Desktop Explorer users.
To activate this function, you must first select the
desired file(s) in the File Manager windows.
Explorer offers any combination of four methods by which to find
files on any hard drive and/or folders on your local computer or
mapped drives on your network.
Set File Properties function allows you to set or reset certain file
properties such as Created, Modified, or Accessed Date and to mark a
file as Archive, Read Only, Hidden or System (or remove such
Split File function allows you to split a large file into smaller
files and create a standard .bat file that can be used to
reconstruct a copy of the original file.
Image Viewer and
The onboard Graphics Viewing/Editing
window supports the following file formats:
.bmp, .cur, .dib, emf, .gif, .ico, .jpeg, .jpg, .pbm, .pcx,
.pgm, .png, .ppm, .rle, .tga, .tif, .tiff and .wmf.
The viewer also supports animated GIF files. The
editing features include rotate, flip, resize, resample along with
full Color Adjustment and Special Effects.
New Hex Window function will take what ever file you currently have
open in any other Desktop Explorer Viewing window and open a new
Binary/Hex Window with that same file.
To activate this feature, select the Viewer window
desired that is already open in Desktop Explorer, then go to the
Tools - New Hex Window menu item. The
new Hex window will auto-load using the same file as in the selected