After exploring your system with these new, improved file browsing programs you'll be asking yourself: how the hell has Microsoft gotten away with the same file browser since Windows 95 ?
Tabbed file browsing is here. In fact, Tabs is just one of many cool features in the "Windows Explorer alternatives". Dual file trees, folder colors, bookmarks, built in FTP and powerful search functions are to name a few.
So which new file browser software should you be using? There are multiple candidates. To break it down for you, the top four are reviewed.