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Hetman Will Help You Conquer Your Files Quickly and Effectively
Despite the predominant use of Windows Explorer, the demand for an advanced file manager has not declined. On the contrary, many would agree that there is a substantial need for a better file manager.
Hetman was developed to offer new user interface standards and new functionality implementation with focus on detail. A goal was to encourage users to ask themselves whether they are satisfied with the software they use or have they just have gotten used to it?
Hetman has all the useful features of a professional file management system. It offers an intuitive, simple and straight-forward user interface.
This program enables you to copy or move your files on local disk and over a Windows network or FTP, compress and uncompress them, edit their content, and more. In other words, Hetman allows you to do most of what you will ever need to do with your files!
Hetman combines rich functionality with a wide range of powerful user interface features. Among them are:
Hetman is primarily targeted at power users who spend long hours working on the computer regularly. Hetman makes this time much more productive and pleasant.
SoftAge has anticipated supporting all major operating systems from the very beginning. The Windows version is the first to be released, with Linux, Mac OS X and possibly others to follow.
The development environment and the vast amount of open source libraries available allow SoftAge to respond to users� feedback and promptly incorporate suggested features into future releases.
Hetman has Open API and was designed to allow adding new features quickly and easily.
A fully functional EAP version 1.0 is available to the public at http://www.myhetman.com. Product registration is only US$19.00 and may be completed on the product�s web site.
SoftAge, based in Kiev, Ukraine, develops software that enhances productivity, offering new user interface standards.
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