As people rely more and more on their mobile devices and computers for their work and productivity, it’s only expected that they would need an intuitive and effective tool for organizing their files...
New York City, NY (PRWEB) August 03, 2013
Boffin, trusted software review website, announced today its lineup of free file organizers just published on their website. The Boffin editors assessed copious organizer software before compiling their final list of the most efficient and reliable open source organizer software in the market now.
As people rely more and more on their mobile devices and computers for their work and productivity, it’s only expected that they would need an intuitive and effective tool for organizing their files and performing standard tasks such as encryption and decryption, compression and editing. To this end, the Boffin reviewers have published their list of file organizers for users who cannot organize efficiently enough their electronic devices on their own and are on a budget.
Dropit is the first entry in Boffin’s list. A software which is for device organizing with varied and intuitive features. Dropit, the Boffin reviewers says, allows users to categorize, drag and drop, encrypt/decrypt, and compress their files for a more efficient use of one’s device.
Cathy version 2.31 is the second must-consider freeware the Boffin reviewers chose to include in their lineup. The file organizer, enables users to back up their computer files and pulls them together for faster, almost instant retrieval. A light, stand-alone application, Cathy doesn’t require installation, the Boffin editors observed.
DirSync Pro is Windows-compatible while it also has an interface similar to Windows, making users comfortable working with it, the Boffin editors mentioned in their review. DirSync Pro is especially helpful in synchronizing files and data on various portable and non-portable devices. For users always relying on PDA’s, flash drives and their smartphones for accessing remote files, DirSync Pro is an efficient and reliable file organizer, the Boffin reviewers emphasized.
The Boffin list also features Tera Copy developed by Code Sector Inc, a copying application for sharing files across a number of devices, Folder Axe which allows for in-folder categorizing of files and TreeSize Free, which makes file and folder management a breeze.
The Boffin reviewers were pleased with the software featured in their open source organizer software list and they insisted that the software are regularly reassessed to ensure the most worthy and efficient ones are always included in Boffin’s lists. It was also noted that in order to ensure the relevancy and accuracy of the software lists picked by Boffin, the editors are evaluating the software repeatedly, so that all the latest versions are considered.
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