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Hawkscope Gives Access To Hard Drive Contents Via Popup Menu

Hawkscope Gives Access To Hard Drive Contents Via Popup Menu

Windows/Mac/Linux: Navigating through your hard drive contents can be slow and tedious at times, requiring double-click after double-click as your drill through your filesystem. Hawkscope addresses that by showing the contents of your drive—quickly—via a dynamic popup menu.

PreviewConfig Adds File Types to Vista’s Preview Pane

PreviewConfig Adds File Types to Vista’s Preview Pane

Windows Vista only: Vista’s Preview Pane can be helpful in determining exactly which file you’re looking to open, and PreviewConfig lets you extend its usefulness beyond the handful of files Vista automatically provides text or image previews for. The no-install utility provides a list of file types registered on your…

Access Linux Files from Windows with Linux Reader

Access Linux Files from Windows with Linux Reader

Windows only: Dual-booters have long been able to get at their Windows-formatted files, but Windows certainly doesn’t make it easy to go the other way ’round. Enter Linux Reader, a free Windows application that emulates the look and feel of the Windows XP Explorer and allows read-only access to ext2…