This site has multiple sets of screenshots showing the appearance of the current finefiles release. Click on an image to enlarge it.
Interested in what the program looks like? Browse through our screenshot collection. Note that, as finefiles works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, the appearance may vary from operating system to operating system. The shots are taken using Microsoft Windows 7:
The Main Window (ConWin) This is the place where everything happens. The main (or console) window was designed to look like a classic display device for system administration messages with black background and white fixed typo.
Tiles Window The Tiles window is an alternative display for files that result from a process or a directory operation. It displays files as colored tiles like Windows 8 display applications ("Metro" style)
Configuration Window (UniConfig) This window contains the complete configuration of all three sections for the loaded profile. The UniConfig strictly follows finefiles color scheme: orange for input, gray for inspection and white for case action data.
Example for Multi-Dialogs This dialog type - created especially for finefiles - enables rules, actions or cases that consists of a fixed and a variable part to be visualized.
Sidecar Explorer The Sidecar Explorer was designed to let you easily view and modify the content of any sidecar file. Like the Windows Explorer it show the content as icons, classified as images, text, binary, etc.
Profile Selection Dialog (ProSelect) This dialog makes it easy to select the right profile you would like to open, delete or to save to. It is also used to create a new profile.
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