Xfile

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Xfile
Developer(s)Rixstep
Stable release2.1.0.10 / 14 Feb 2010
Operating systemMac OS X
TypeFile manager
LicenseShareware
Websitehttp://rixstep.com/xfile
 
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Xfile
Developer(s)Rixstep
Stable release2.1.0.10 / 14 Feb 2010
Operating systemMac OS X
TypeFile manager
LicenseShareware
Websitehttp://rixstep.com/xfile

Xfile is a file manager developed by Rixstep, built as a Finder replacement for the Mac OS X operating system. Its features are mostly congruent with those accessible by generic Unix systems.

Some examples of the more advanced features are a consequence of the above. Operating only with generic Unix APIs Xfile is capable of dealing with a wide variety of file systems and not limited to the operating system's native HFS+.

The interface of Xfile is navigational in nature, although Xfile windows can be seen as "document" windows and behave as such.

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