XYplorer 9.00 has been released on 26-Mar-2010. Here's a quick introduction to the main new features:
By default background processing is applied to copy and also to move operations when they are across volume boundaries, i.e. when bytes are copied. Moves within volume boundaries just update the MFT (master file table), so they are very fast and do not need to be backgrounded. Also Rename and Delete operations are not backgrounded by default. From version 9.10 onwards these default settings can be customized.
With queueing enabled successive operations are lined up in sequence and completed one after the other. E.g. if you initiate a job, say a Copy operation, while another one is still in progress, the new one will be delayed until the other one is finished. This is also known as asynchronous copy.
Without queueing background file operations are processed in parallel. Parallel processing can be quite inefficient and may put unnecessary stress on your hard disks because of excessive head movements.
The right-click menu of this button has an item Background Jobs... where you can display the background file operations that are completed, in progress, or pending within the current session. You will also see which copy jobs have been cancelled or only partially completed.
"No texts" !*.txt
"Ending on g" >g$
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