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dual-pane file manager SE-Explorer is a simple dual-pane file manager that offers tabs for folder browsing as well as several built-in viewers including XML structure view, DOC viewing, image browsing, integrated media playback with playlist support, hex view and more. The program also includes a search feature that allows you to find files, folders, text within files, tagged files and disk summary reporting. Copyright

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Publisher SE-Soft (3) Price Free
Version 1.31.1  history Last updated Jun 13, 2010
File Size 2.41 Mb Requirements .NET Framework 2.0

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Improved? 4 stars by gimpguy Aug 02, 2011 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
By the ratings, I assume this was extremely basic prior. Now, either it's changed or some things were missed. It does have some very handy features like disk size view, text file compare, different viewers, media, image view, file search, etc... and browses very quickly. The program itself comes across as very basic but underneath, there are a lot of options. Scan for disk size, folder size, files, hidden, and others and all in one handy window, well, two windows, the viewing pane of course. This actually had a lot more than I expected. If you want to open with default applications or open with it's own viewer, simply right click, view. I ended up being impressed by this. Sure there are those which do much more or look fancier but this actually has a lot to it, once again, very surprised. show Review details
Rudimentary 3 stars by DataRat Apr 27, 2010 (Read all my 15 reviews)
SE-Explorer is more rudimentary than other freeware file managers out there. I view it as one or two incremental steps above Microsoft's Windows Explorer, and recommend it for anyone who doesn't want a real fancy (read: complicated) file manager. Just one that's ~better~ than Windows Explorer. show Review details
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