|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003, Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home|
|File size:||1.17 MB|
Publisher description for PropertyEditor
PropertyEditor is a context menu extension for Windows Explorer. Upon installation, it adds a host of new property editing capabilities. It lets you configure the context menu for the selected files, folders, or drives, change icons for the selected files and folders, create a report about the content of any selected drive or folder (the size of all subfolders and files is included). Also, you can now configure many NTFS parameters, including Streams, Junctions, Hard Links, and Mount Points. Plus, there's an ability to learn who has access to encrypted files. The benefits of PropertyEditor are numerous. With PropertyEditor in place, you can make your context menu more usable and less confusing by hiding or removing unwanted items. Its detailed reports about the usage of hard disk space can help you better organize your disk space for convenient computing. PropertyEditor gives you a refreshingly quick way to customize Windows icons, which, compared to standard Windows, is much faster and more convenient. You can also take advantage of the NTFS file system parameters. Unlike Windows, PropertyEditor gives you the tools for configuring such parameters. PropertyEditor seamlessly integrates into the Windows shell and works totally transparently throughout the Operating System. It has a low memory footprint and does not cut down on system productivity, or slow down other applications. Added property editing options can be accessed via the context menu of a file, folder or a drive. All editing efforts are performed with just a few simple clicks. The program has a multilingual support.