XYplorer 7.50 has been released on 25-Aug-2008. Here's a quick introduction to the main new features:
You know this feature from Windows Explorer. Folder View Settings means: You can save the view settings (view type, sort order, column layout...) of any particular folder and have them automatically restored whenever you come back to this folder. Great feature, saves a lot of time. XYplorer's implementation is even better: It actually works!
How many years is it now that frustrated Explorer users are reporting about forgotten view settings? The lament started with Win95 and did not stop with Vista. But it stops with XYplorer. XYplorer lets you reliably set specific view settings for each folder you want, and default view settings for folders without specific settings.
And the usage could not be easier: You like the settings of the current folder and want to preserve them? Simply press the F-button! Back to default settings? Simply press the F-button again! Alternatively go by menu (also available as the button's context menu):
Via the above menu you reach the Edit dialog that allows for a number of interesting refinements: