XYplorer 13.60 has been released on 02-Jan-2014. Here's a quick introduction to the main new features:
For example, set the volume label of drive C: to "Lemon". Now enter the path "Lemon:\Users\Don\Pics\Rock" through the Address Bar.
Note: For Named Drives support you have to tick Configuration | Controls and More | Miscellaneous | Support volume labels in paths.
Let's assume you know the MD5 of a file and its approximate size (smaller than 400 KB). Is that enough to find it? Yes. If you have XYplorer and know how to do it then the MD5 alone would be sufficient to find the file (or files). But with that additional size information the search will run much faster because many unnecessary calculations can be avoided.
In the screenshot below the following Boolean expression has been entered directly through the Address Bar (see Help for syntax details):
?:size: < 400KB AND prop:#hash.md5:b0d99504643900e50d6ca7fbe952b8c0