V 16 SR1 for Windows

by Charles Prineas

Avg. Rating 2.9 (25 votes)

File Details

File Size 7.6 MB
License Shareware, $20.00
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/2000/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,688
Publisher Charles Prineas
Homepage V

Publisher's Description

V is a combination file viewer and directory browser. It is an invaluable utility for anybody who spends much time navigating directories and viewing files. For those who prefer to work in DOS Boxes, it provides a fast and convenient way of viewing files - just type V Filename and the file is right in front of you. There is no need to switch to Explorer and certainly no need to fumble with a File Open Dialog Box.

Latest Reviews

ibod

ibod reviewed v7.2 Beta 4 on Apr 10, 2005

It's begining to look like you either love it or hate it! For me, it's one of the first, if not THE first app I install on a PC. I couldn't be without it.

SorenMD

SorenMD reviewed v7.2 Beta 4 on Apr 9, 2005

There are so many better file navigation programs than this. Horrible buggy program.

gsimard

gsimard reviewed v7.2 Beta 2 on Mar 10, 2005

I do not use most of the features (and there are plenty) but for the one I use the most; search through huge files, search files through directory tree for specific data, view in hex, wrap text, FileViewer has proven to be a time saver utility.

a_a

a_a reviewed v7.2 Beta 2 on Mar 9, 2005

V is a primarily a file viewer. Find the biggest file on your computer and open it in V. Now hit Ctrl-End. It handles HUGE files with out a problem and the search function is impressively fast too. For me, its the best at what it does...

The DataRat

The DataRat reviewed v7.0 RC3 on Oct 9, 2003

Before spending your money on shareware Microsoft Explorer replacements, the Computer Rodent recommends checking out one of the myriad of FREEWARE Microsoft Explorer replacements ! __________The DataRat

Justus

Justus reviewed v7.0 RC2 on Sep 17, 2003

For those, who like dos box and are fans of Norton Commander, the Utility FAR Manager exists..
www.farmanager.com
V is just another unusable filemanager..

jpf

jpf reviewed vBeta 1 on May 21, 2001

Small and very fast. This is a niche program that absolutely excels at what it does. As a programmer I need to find files, view (text files, within zips), edit and move them around the network.
I've tried many (including wincmd) and as far as I'm concerned V IS way ahead of anything else.

Avg. Rating 2.9 (25 votes)
Your Rating
ibod

ibod reviewed v7.2 Beta 4 on Apr 10, 2005

It's begining to look like you either love it or hate it! For me, it's one of the first, if not THE first app I install on a PC. I couldn't be without it.

SorenMD

SorenMD reviewed v7.2 Beta 4 on Apr 9, 2005

There are so many better file navigation programs than this. Horrible buggy program.

gsimard

gsimard reviewed v7.2 Beta 2 on Mar 10, 2005

I do not use most of the features (and there are plenty) but for the one I use the most; search through huge files, search files through directory tree for specific data, view in hex, wrap text, FileViewer has proven to be a time saver utility.

a_a

a_a reviewed v7.2 Beta 2 on Mar 9, 2005

V is a primarily a file viewer. Find the biggest file on your computer and open it in V. Now hit Ctrl-End. It handles HUGE files with out a problem and the search function is impressively fast too. For me, its the best at what it does...

The DataRat

The DataRat reviewed v7.0 RC3 on Oct 9, 2003

Before spending your money on shareware Microsoft Explorer replacements, the Computer Rodent recommends checking out one of the myriad of FREEWARE Microsoft Explorer replacements ! __________The DataRat

Justus

Justus reviewed v7.0 RC2 on Sep 17, 2003

For those, who like dos box and are fans of Norton Commander, the Utility FAR Manager exists..
www.farmanager.com
V is just another unusable filemanager..

jpf

jpf reviewed vBeta 1 on May 21, 2001

Small and very fast. This is a niche program that absolutely excels at what it does. As a programmer I need to find files, view (text files, within zips), edit and move them around the network.
I've tried many (including wincmd) and as far as I'm concerned V IS way ahead of anything else.

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