[PR] Folderscope 1.0 Available For Download

Discussion in 'C++' started by Andrew Tomazos, Sep 10, 2009.

  1. 10th Sept 2009 - Zurich, Switzerland - Andrew Tomazos and Tomazos
    Software Labs (www.tomazos.com) announced today the release of
    Folderscope 1.0.

    Folderscope is now available for download from:

    http://download.folderscope.com/folderscope-1.0.msi

    (800kb Windows installer for Windows 7, Vista, XP or 2000)

    Folderscope is a free software utility for analyzing and
    reorganizing folders of any size. It is designed to work
    efficiently even with extremely large folders, and has been
    tested on a folder containing 800,000 files and 400 gigabytes of
    data. Users can browse and mark the entire hierarchy of files
    contained within a folder in a variety of ways, and then
    move/copy/delete marked files en masse.

    The design of Folderscope was the result of a Software Concept
    Competition held in late 2008.

    In order to encourage adoption Tomazos Software Labs has made
    version 1.0 available for use completely free-of-charge.

    For screenshots, feature details, and anything else to do with
    Folderscope - please visit the product website at:

    http://www.folderscope.com

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    Tomazos Software Labs is a proprietorship formed by Andrew Tomazos
    in 2008 to design and market desktop software. Andrew has
    previously been involved with software startups for 14 years
    including a member of Intel Corp's captital portfolio in
    Switzerland (2005-2008), the Internet strategy of the second
    largest financial newspaper in London (2003-2004), and a prominent
    Apple Mac third party software company (1997-2003) in Australia
    and California. Andrew studied computer science and mathematics
    at the University of Western Australia (1994-1996) after a
    childhood interest in computers.
     
    Andrew Tomazos, Sep 10, 2009
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