It is Directory Opus. It is the KING of file browsers. And in this review, I will show you why.
Truth be told, I'm trying to be less Windows-centric on my blog. To be a better Linux advocate (and occasionally share some love for Mac). But this I cannot resist. Not even the best file browser on Linux, Nautilus Elementary, can come close to the sheer awesomeness of the premium Windows file browser known as Directory Opus.
But wait! It's not just for Windows. That's right, if you have an Amiga you are in luck!
Above: Old school Directory Opus 4 for Amiga
The first iterations of Directory Opus were kick-started all the way back in the 1980s. Originally developed for the Amiga, Australian programmer Jonathan Potter would later rewrite his unique dual pane file browser for Windows in the early 2000s.