Show your messy file system who’s boss with these high-quality tools. Most of them are low-cost, and many cost nothing at all.
WiFi File Explorer for Android connects your phone to any computer on your wireless network to share files easily.
Windows doesn't let you pin folders to the Taskbar, but you can set up keyboard shortcuts that'll open them just as lickety-split.
Free, multi-pane file manager Q-Dir features multiple window layouts and a tiny, portable executable.
Sophisticated unitasker Folder Axe splits folders containing thousands of files into manageable subfolders.
Free tool MusicBrainz Picard can identify, tag, rename, and sort music files, to make your library all neat and tidy.
One of the world's best-maintained shareware applications, powerhouse file management utility Total Commander is worth every penny.
Here is how to make your Android phone open nearly any file type be it audio, video, images, and documents.
Rene found some old files on a CD. Windows doesn’t have a program associated with their extension. She asked the Utilities forum for advice.
Larry asked about changing an audio file’s extension to .wav