Do you want more efficiency from a Windows Mobile file explorer? Pocket File Manager is the solution. It is an advanced, yet easy to use, Windows Mobile file manager based on the dual window pane concept.
When it comes to browsing folders with thousands of files or copying large amounts of data, Pocket File Manager is at it's best. Moreover, startup and shutdown are incredibly fast.
Despite lots of features, Pocket File Manager is a compact application. Minimum installation size is 500kb.
* Two panes:
Dual-pane layout provides the most effective way to manage files. It requires fewer actions to perform most file operations. Pocket File Manager supports vertical and horizontal pane layouts.
Pocket File Manager performs equally great on QVGA, VGA and square displays. Landscape and portrait orientations are supported. Supported platforms include Windows Mobile 2003, Windows Mobile 2003 SE, Windows Mobile 5.0 and Windows Mobile 6.0.
* Highly customizable:
o Color schemes (3 schemes are included in standard installation, more can be downloaded later)
o Panes can be switched to one of 6 view modes, files can be sorted in one of 7 sort modes
o Hardware button mapping: assign any Pocket File Manager action to a hardware button
* Advanced file management:
o Built-in encryption module (9 ciphers)
o Send files over infrared or bluetooth (Microsoft and Widcomm/Broadcom stacks)
What's New in this Release: * optimized: launch time (30% faster), exit time (up to 50% faster)
* explorer-like cut/copy/paste for files and folders
* built-in mini-launcher (accessible via "bookmarks" menu)
* creation of documents based on system "New menu"
* shortcut editor
* new softkey menu structure
Link to Pocket File Manager sample code
Platform: Windows Mobile 2003,Windows Mobile 2005,Pocket PC
License: Free To Try
System Utilities::File & Disk Management
Date Added: Feb 15, 2007
Last check for an update: Jan 14, 2017
Last version date: Dec 14, 2007
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Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Mar 26, 2008