V File Viewer/Manager

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Nov 3, 2010
9
0
#1
Is anyone familiar with V? It is an all-purpose File Manager/Viewer
for Windows (XP/200x/Vista/7). <http://fileviewer.com/index.html>

It is supposed to be an excellent manager/viewer that is Descript.ion
file aware, i.e. you can view/write/modify file descriptions in the
Manager/Viewer. I'm thinking of purchasing it and wondering how it
works with TCC (any version) on Win7.

Anyone using it in that environment?
 

samintz

Scott Mintz
May 20, 2008
1,204
11
Solon, OH, USA
#2
I use it all the time. It is number
2 in my list of must-have utilities (TakeCommand being number 1). I
have recommended it numerous times on this forum.
-Scott



From:
CaesarR <>
To:
Samintz@ra.rockwell.com
Date:
06/05/2011 08:23 AM
Subject:
[Support-t-2906]
V File Viewer/Manager




Is anyone familiar with V? It is an all-purpose
File Manager/Viewer
for Windows (XP/200x/Vista/7). <http://fileviewer.com/index.html>

It is supposed to be an excellent manager/viewer that is Descript.ion
file aware, i.e. you can view/write/modify file descriptions in the
Manager/Viewer. I'm thinking of purchasing it and wondering how it
works with TCC (any version) on Win7.

Anyone using it in that environment?
 
Nov 3, 2010
9
0
#3
On Mon, 06 Jun 2011 10:07:19 -0400, samintz <>
wrote Re RE: [Support-t-2906] V File Viewer/Manager:


>I use it all the time. It is number
>2 in my list of must-have utilities (TakeCommand being number 1). I
>have recommended it numerous times on this forum.
>-Scott
Thanks Scott. I've done some more reading about it since I posted the
message and have decided to give it a try. I don't use a file manager
often, but I like the idea of being able to see/edit the file
descriptions when I do have to use a file manager. I particularly
like the idea of a portable "V" that can run off a USB stick.
 
Jan 19, 2011
559
7
Norman, OK
#4
V = out-freekin'-standing!!!

I have it installed on my box and on a stick for when I go somewhere. You can't beat the price of $20 for 6 years and the no-nonsense licensing agreement (there's also a "mumbo-jumbo" agreement, but I like this version better) doesn't hamper your usage.
PLAIN ENGLISH LICENSE AGREEMENT

You can use this Software for up to 30 days without charge.
If you like it and want to continue using it, then you have to
pay for it.

You can install the Software on as many computers as you
want, as long as the registered user is the ONLY person using
the Software.
For example, you can install it at work, at home and on your
notebook. However, while you are at home, no-one can be
using the copy of the Software at work.
Alternatively, you can install the Software on one, and
ONLY ONE computer and allow it to be used by multiple
users, as long as the software is not being accessed
through a network.
You are not allowed to give the registered Software, or
divulge the registration code to anybody else.

There are no guarantees made about the Software. If for some
reason it causes problems, then it's just bad luck.

END
 

samintz

Scott Mintz
May 20, 2008
1,204
11
Solon, OH, USA
#5
I actually rarely use the file manager
features. I use the file viewing features all the time, however.
-Scott

CaesarR <> wrote on 06/06/2011
12:55:36 PM:


> Quote:
>
> >I use it all the time. It is number
> >2 in my list of must-have utilities (TakeCommand being number
1). I

> >have recommended it numerous times on this forum.
> >-Scott
>
> Thanks Scott. I've done some more reading about it since I posted
the

> message and have decided to give it a try. I don't use a file manager
> often, but I like the idea of being able to see/edit the file
> descriptions when I do have to use a file manager. I particularly
> like the idea of a portable "V" that can run off a USB stick.
>
>
 
Nov 3, 2010
9
0
#6
On Mon, 06 Jun 2011 14:07:24 -0400, samintz <>
wrote Re RE: [Support-t-2906] V File Viewer/Manager:


>I actually rarely use the file manager
>features. I use the file viewing features all the time, however.
>-Scott
I understand. I do probably about 95% of my file work (move, copy,
rename) using TCC. However, I find that occasionally some tasks such
as renaming files based upon the names of other existing files in the
directory, are more easily performed using a file manager. That's
what I'm now using "V" for. It's nice to see the descriptions.