What's more, it should work under different versions of Windows and provide users with certain means of minimising the system's resource consumption, because not everyone has the latest and most powerful hardware or maximum RAM and processor speed. The user should be able to reject unnecessary features of the file manager without breaking the application, as this will allow you to reduce the load and help your Windows work faster.
Frigate 3 is an advanced file manager that has all the above-mentioned benefits, plus many more, for real Windows users. The interface is very original (see screenshots) and at the same time traditional for Windows. It also takes after Norton Commander, the grandfather of all file managers — the two-side panel interface loved by many generations of PC users is still popular. It is equipped with an outstanding multi-functional file viewer, a text editor with syntax highlighting for HTML and all popular programming languages and a powerful FTP client.
If you have already tried many other file manager solutions for Microsoft Windows, but failed to find any that would cater for your most specific tasks and requirements, try this solution.
Don't let your files manage you. Install Frigate 3.
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