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  • 3.4
    17 total
  • Category: Tools
  • Published by: Pedro H F Dos Santos ?
  • Size: 37.5 MB
  • Supported processors: x64, x86, ARM
  • Language: English (United States) and 16 other languages ?
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    Version Major responsiveness improvement. Drag and Drop added. Image Editor added Version Major Bug Fixes. New Design Version Performance Improvements Better Advertisement Performance Dialog when performing file transfer and creations Better looks for Backgrounds Better Style Better Stability Bug fixes Version Bug Fixes

Fast Files And Folders

Fast Files And Folders is fully functional file manager for windows 8. Manage files and folders, create archives, extract archives, watch movies, view pictures and listen to music.


  • File and Folder manager (copy, move, rename, delete)
  • Opening, Extracting, and Creating archives (RAR, ZIP, 7z, BZIP2, GZIP, TAR)
  • Built-in viewer and media player ( jpeg, png, bmp, gif, mp3, mp4, .264,...)
  • Snapped mode support
  • Built-in Image Editor
  • Charms support: Search and Share
  • Video and Image preview
  • Themes and backgrounds, Bing wallpaper
  • Operating with the system Clipboard (copying to the Windows Explorer)
  • Hotkey Commands
  • Opening Playlists
  • Drag And Drop
  • Slick homepage with favorites and all common folders

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8 December 2013

I think that this file manager of yours is the best of the free managers for Windows 8, because it has "VIEW" option as a built-in media player with a kind of playlist in it, to which, by the way, I reproach the fact that it doesn't open FLV and 3GP files as a player. Therefore I ask you to fix it and inform you, in addition, that your file explorer runs slow and sometimes fail to show some files and folders, so I often need to click on refresh button.


7 December 2013

Sepia interface and highlights are not the most attractive thing to look at. Interface would be more pleasant to use if it used the user's Windows settings for the UI. Why does it need my location?