The reviews and opinions below are posted by SnapFiles visitors. They do not necessarily reflect our opinion, and they are solely based upon the experience of individual users.
Cubic Explorer is a good alternative to Windows Explorer. Actually, it's superior to Explorer in a number of ways. First, you can actually navigate your disks via tabs. Second, you can create permanent bookmarks to your favorite folders on your drives, something that really speeds up file navigation big-time. On top of all of that, Cubic Explorer contain all of Explorer's most important functions and feature -- all in a very good-looking interface. The only problem that I had with Cubic Explorer involves navigating on a LAN. Cubic Explorer would occasionally come to a grinding halt and freeze when trying to navigate LAN directories. Still, if you don't need to navigate a LAN, Cubic Explorer is a faster, more efficient, and less resource-hungry way to navigate your local disks than is Explorer. It's well worth a try!
Spyware and other malware often change the settings one's hosts file in order to redirect your Internet destination. For instance, you want to go to www.blahblahblahblah.com -- but you end up going to www.sexyhotbabesinthongs.com.
Well, HostMan -- which is very easy to use -- comes to the rescue! With HostsMan, you can "lock" your hosts file to prevent such changes from taking place. Even better, you can lock or unlock individual Internet addresses via HostsMan. So, if you want to go to a specific site that HostsMan is blocking, you can override that setting manually. Note that HostMan even provides free host file updates that can be added to your host file at the click of a button. This reduces the chances of your having to experience sleazoid web sites via spyware or trojan redirection.
In short, if you hate spyware and want to control your Internet surfing tightly, then use HostsMan!
convert video and music files between formats
file and folder synchronization
manage and organize your movies and TV shows
Wi-Fi Site Surveys, Discovery and Troubleshooting
Open-source digital darkroom software
open PST files without Outlook
recover images from memory cards