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Xplore 1.0

Xplore offers easy access to your computer*s drives From a System Tray icon.


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Desktop Enhancement
  • Last Updated: Mar 25, 2010
  • License: Shareware $7.16
  • OS: Windows 98/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For Xplore 1.0Publisher's description


Xplore is a Desktop Utilities software developed by Boscado Enterprises. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Xplore:

BSEditor: Xplore is a simple program that allows you to open the Windows explorer to a particular drive on your system. It runs as an icon in the System Tray. Clicking on the icon brings up a menu listing all of the drives on your computer, selecting one will open the explorer to that drive.

Run the "setup.exe" file and follow the on-screen directions.

Xplore registers itself with the Windows operating system so uninstalling can be accomplished from Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel.

Xplore is shareware. You may use it for 30 days. If you wish to continue using after this time you must register the program. Registration costs $7.16 Details on how to register can be found in the Xplore help file.

This program *requires* the Visual Basic 5.0 runtime files. There are three download options at our website: Download just the program files, download the program and the Visual Basic runtime files or download just the runtime files.

At installation, Xplore configures itself to run automatically every time you start your computer. If you wish to Prevent this from happening, deselect "AutoRun" from the popup menu. You will have to manually start the program if you wish to use it. The autorun option can be reset from the popup menu.
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