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Snowbird: A fast and light weight file management and search tool for Windows

Snowbird is a fast and light weight file management and search tool for Windows that gives additional functionalities over Windows File Explorer. It is quite faster than Windows explorer, especially when searching or browsing the network. And also it is much faster and easier in copying large files and folders.

Features included are: Locate files quickly and easily using the integrated search tool, efficiently copy large amounts of data, skips errors while copying and even pause transfers temporarily, access extremely large folders and network resources at lightning speed, navigate faster using bookmarks, mouse gestures and Vista-style breadcrumb.

As the publisher said ‘Snowbird focusing on performance rather than features’. It is certainly a very good tool with low memory foot print and has support to Windows XP and above versions. You can download Snowbird from here[Via]


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