ZTreeWin 2.2

3.2 out of 5 stars 3.2 (373 votes)

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Windows (All) / Shareware; $29.95 / 13,663 downloads

ZTreeWin is a text-mode file/directory manager for Windows. It has been developed as a successor to the legendary DOS file-managers of the past, which software vendors have abandoned, in todays GUI-centric computing world.

  • Homepage

    ZTreeWin

  • Limitations

    Yes - 30 day timeout

  • Uninstaller

    Yes

  • Latest Changes

    - /Y - Automatically applied when launched from Explorer

    - Alt-F10 - /NC switch passed from ZTree for support under JPSoft TCMD

    - Alt-F10 - CO-5E moved to 5F (Search Hit offset)

    - Alt-F5 - DW - Maintain Alt-F5 specific Spell-Search

    - Alt-Graft (across drives) - Re-highlight current directory at completion prompt

    - Alt-ZLog - Ability to load v1.50+ ZLOG files

Reviews of ZTreeWin

  1. 5 out of 5 stars
    jif0riddim

    Reviewing 2.2 (Dec 9, 2014)

    If your serious about file management then you seriously need ZTreeWin and this beta has not given me any problems - it just gets better - and easier!

    To abuse a line from a song "...every little thing he does is magic...".
    I emailed Kim with a query and within a couple of hours I had my answer - "you can list in date created order, it's in beta v2.4.145". I can stop going mad at last, thank you, thank you, thank you for yet again saving me from hours of Windows Explorer tedium. Never needed such a thing as date created listing 'til recently and yet again it's one of the zillion things you can do properly with files in ZTreeWin with the result you want. OK, it's not zillions but there's more here than I've had use for to date ...but one day I may! Like many others, been with this since XTree so I'm a fan but do use it, read the help, make your life easier and save hours!! And send him a donation now and then...

  2. 5 out of 5 stars
    judsonrandall

    Reviewing 2.2 (Mar 5, 2014)

    I've been a user of XTree, and all its successors to date, and find it to be the most easily useful file manager. Windows Explorer is no match for this wonderful program.

  3. 5 out of 5 stars
    raulhernandez

    Reviewing 2.2 (Mar 25, 2012)

    I have been Ztree user since its rebirth from Xtree.
    It is so powerful when you become familiar with it, that when I have to use a computer without Ztree I feel like trying to run in the mud.
    Thank you Kim, from Mexico
    Raul Hernandez

  4. 5 out of 5 stars
    anyoneis

    Reviewing 2.2 (Sep 9, 2011)

    I clung to my copy of XTree until XTree Gold came out - I didn't like the latter and continued to use XTree until it no longer worked for me. Then I found ZTreeWin and I have never looked back.

    This is an indespensable tool for IT folk, developers, and other file wranglers. That said, the basic interface is intuitive enough for the casual PC-savvy user. (Advanced commands require some digging around and might frustrate a beginner.)

    If I find a file-wrangling task I want to do, I just assume it is in there and go find it - I am seldom disappointed!

    David

  5. 5 out of 5 stars
    arayat

    Reviewing 2.2 (Mar 10, 2011)

    ZTreeWin can be best described as a much better alternative to Windows Explorer.

    It is much much faster. It has many additional and useful functions.

    Everything having to do with viewing, searching and organising (copying, renaming, backing up) files and directories work much easier, quicker and stress-free with ZTree.

    A user saves easily an hour per week just by swithcing from Esplorer to ZTree

    For one particular task (quickly viewing the contents of text files with non .txt extensions ) I saved 2 -3 hours a day.

    But you must learn how to use it first. This takes some time and getting used to. It's however time well invested.

Discuss ZTreeWin

  1. Jun 15, 2013 - 1:14 AM
    ButcherBird

    Using v2.4.121 I suddenly find that 'G' for global doesn't work any more.
    What gives? How do I display a large collecting of many logged files in many directories so that I can tag them for ALT copy to another drive... :((