Media, Pennsylvania (PressExposure) October 05, 2012 -- FileMind Software just released it's productivity tool "FileMind. It aims to become the fastest file manager ever built for Windows PCs. Clicking along the folder tree has not changed since 1990, when PCs were far less powerful. FileMind introduces a new way to get your files - a lot faster as the File Explorer but as familiar as your modern web browser. Because time is money, right?
FileMind for Windows is currently available as a free download from the company website under http://www.filemind.net.
INSANELY FAST LAUNCH BAR - Get to your files faster! Type a few letters and matching files, folders and even applications will show up right away. Just like in your Web browser.
DRILL DOWN WITH FILTER TAGS - Forgot the file name? Use the Filter Tags and find any file with a few mouse clicks in seconds (by date, file kind or extension). You can even narrow it by typing a partial file name.
EYECATCH - FileMind highlights the most recently used items and displays them larger. This makes it easier to click and remember what you last worked on.
BOOKMARKS BAR - Pin your important files, folders and applications straight to the Bookmarks Bar and access them with just a single click. SECURE -Unlike the Windows itself, FileMind encrypts its database, locking out prying software and viruses.
EASY - Skip the training and the manual. If you can use a web browser, you already know how to use FileMind. Curious minds can learn about advanced features in our Community Area and on YouTube.
AUTO-UPDATE - Don't worry about outdated versions with security vulnerabilities. Updates are shown when FileMind starts and install automatically in seconds, with a single click.
DESIGNED FOR WINDOWS - FileMind is designed to be fast and highly optimized for speed on modern Windows PCs. It has a light footprint (memory, CPU usage) and will never drag down your PC performance.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP - FileMind is actively developed and supported, every day. Visit our community and find frequently asked (and answered) questions, release notes, know issues - and add your ideas for future versions.