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FindeXer is an Explorer Bar targeted at replacing the Folders/Info Pane with a much more customizable one. You are able to drag in (for addition) and out (for removal) ANY file or folder - including special folders such as My Computer, My Documents or My Network Places.
Files dragged in and selected, will be opened up by the default Associated application, while Folders will be opened up by the Explorer Window.

FindeXer was created with the purpose of Customization in mind - giving YOU the power to determine it`s looks - if you prefer to only show Icons, Text, Change the Item`s Font or it`s Color - all can easily be achieved by using the Options Dialog.
A long time waited for feature of FindeXer - is it`s ability to get rid of the Grey Titlebar, Enforced by Explorer on all sidebars. Just select the appropriate option in the General Appearance tab of the Options Dialog, and Poof - it`s gone.

Developer : Tom’s Effect
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Comment by adli on 2006-09-24 14:49:52
Comment by Nando on 2006-09-26 21:52:17

This plugin is so awesome! It is very useful and customizable. I love it!

Comment by Freakzyl on 2006-11-13 02:49:29

I must admit I had my doubts at first. Now I’m convinced this is a modding essential! Highly-recommended!!

Comment by Josh on 2007-05-09 19:25:12

Dude this rocks - I love you in a completely unmanly way.

Comment by jimmyjazz on 2007-09-22 05:07:06

great feat, m8, rly is..
I was just wondering though; in explorer i want it to be shown regularly, but every time I have 2 start it by chosing it! how can I avoid this?


Pingback by Mac OSX emulado en Windows on 2007-10-31 11:10:55

[...] va bastante avanzada tiene exelentes Docks como el ObjectDock, RK Launcher. Para el Finder se usa el FindeXer y el Styler. Para el estilo visual la mejor opción es Windows blinds que emula a la perfección la [...]

Comment by Rahul Gupta on 2008-02-05 07:07:23

how to install on vista

Comment by None on 2008-03-16 19:37:49

You don’t need to install this on Vista; it has this functionality built in.

Comment by jivhg on 2008-03-26 06:27:39

None: You don’t need to install this on Vista; it has this functionality built in.

I thought this only worked on Xp….I tried it and it made explorer crash a lot so i deleted the files. Is this an updated version?

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