Q-Dir is a quad-pane file explorer that supports favorites, file/color filtering, export to XLS/CSV/TXT/HTML, screen magnifier, quick preview, etc.
Alternately, Q-Dir Portable at PortableApps.com automatically switches between 32/64-bit and is approved by the publisher.
Opera is a fast and secure web browser with tabbed, customizable interface. Features integrated searches, themes, device sync, and mouse gestures. Also available is a service that includes a bookmarks and password sync along with an "off-road" mode that uses server-side compression to speed up browsing especially for low speed internet connections (account signup required). A variety of add-ons are available to extend functionality.
Based on Google Chrome, the program is available for Mac, Linux, Android, and a variety of mobile phones and tablets. Opera v12 (Presto) is also available and includes many features not present in the newer version.
Alternative Portable versions:
- Opera@USB - Opera in a ZIP file and a few custom tweaks (download the version that is greater than v12)
- Opera, Portable Edition - A package in PortableApps.com Format that portablizes paths/registry and has portable Java support
FileSieve is an application created to help with the sorting of files and directories. Select the directories you would like to sort, choose a sorting method, and then click on Start and FileSieve will "sieve" the selected items according to the sorting method and any optional settings you have set.
The free edition is free to use at home or at a place of work, but is limited in specific ways.
Simple x264/x265 Launcher is a lightweight front-end for the x264 H.264/AVC as well as the x265 H.265/HEVC encoder, based on the Qt toolkit. It uses the 64-Bit version of x264 with the 32-Bit version of Avisynth. That lets you use 32-Bit Avisynth plug-ins (e.g. DGDecodeNV) and still benefit from the speed improvements of 64-Bit x264. Optionally you can also use 64-Bit Avisynth, which is still considered experimental, if desired, as well as x264's built-in LAVF/FFMS input.
Includes full batch encoding support for running several encoding jobs in parallel.
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