Tag - File management
The Commander One website, and all the company's press releases about the product, give a little wink and say that the software should remind people of a certain unnamed application. All we can think of is Norton Commander (NC) and yes, Commander One 1.0.1232 does look an awful lot like that ancient application. Of course "ancient" is relative but, come on, Norton Commander was around in the mid-1980s. Just as Apple was first making us point and click with mice, NC was all about the keyboard, and all about looking like DOS. You may be too young to remember DOS and if so, we hate you. At the time, we were young, and we hated DOS.
NeoFinder, a file management and cataloging desktop app known formerly by the name CDFinder, has received an update and is now offered as a native 64-bit application. NeoFinder assists users in keeping track of digital files, photos, songs, movies, fonts on hard disks, DVD-ROMs, CD-ROMs, and other media. Version 6.4 is certified to run under Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, and subsequently is able to integrate the new Finder Tags. The new Movie Contact Sheet generates a customizable preview of one or multiple selected movie files as graphic, and NeoFinder can also index Adobe XMP metadata for movie files. Other notable new features includes the ability to catalog ZIP archive files larger than 4 GB, a new FLAC file parser, and numerous bug fixes. Available as a free update for NeoFinder customers, new users of NeoFinder 6.4 can purchase the software for $40.
Third Street Software has released an update to its software for academic-reference management and file organization, Sente 6. The application delivers tools for creating and maintaining libraries containing PDF files, with options to search and sync content. With the latest version, maintaining multiple copies of a reference library and assigning tags have both been simplified. A new PDF Markup command has been added, while the program now supports hundreds of additional Bibliography formats.