A new release of Dir Me Up is available (3.90), the new release comes with many new improvements and bugfixes. Dir Me Up is a program to explore and manipulate files, links and drawers in AmigaOS 4. You can easily browse the content from your hard drives, USB sticks or CDs with advanced features: browsing history, current path being accessible via buttons, multiple sorts, filters, previews of images and text. You can easily run, view, cut, copy, paste, rename, comment, manage attributes and much more. You can purchase Dir Me UP on the
webstore of Boing Attitude for just € 14,99.
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