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Path Finder offers the tools you need to access and manage your files quickly, accurately, and completely on OS X. A world-class operating system deserves a world-class file manager. Dive into a familiar interface packed with uncommonly powerful features and make your file system sing with Path Finder 6.

Features

Dual Pane Copy
File Transfer Queue
ACL Editor
File Tagging
Batch Renaming
Hex Editor
Drop Stack
Dual-pane Browser
Tabs & Bookmarks
Low-level Search
File List Filtering
Smart Sorting
Advanced Selection
Keyboard Access
Quick Look & Cover Flow
Integrated Terminal
Command Line Tools
Source Control
Application Launcher
Archives
Text & Image Editors

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