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Directory Opus 9

Directory Opus 9
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John David Hutton takes a look at the new Directory Opus 9


John David Hutton
mYth productions
Kansas City, Kansas, USA

©2007 John David Hutton and Creativecow.net. All rights are reserved.

Article Focus:
This bruiser app is so powerful it should be a requirement for any power user (and every digital content creation user). It offers outstanding tools and an enhanced workflow at a great price. Its features are so deep I felt a written review wasn't strong enough to illustrate why Directory Opus 9 should be standard on every windows computer.


Summary:
At the time of this writing, a single license costs $85 AUD (about $65 USD).

I give it a frighteningly-solid 5 cows for stability, feature set, great price and incredibly flexible customization. You'll never want to use any other explorer or file management app!





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