Shareware developer Steve Gehrman has released a new application written using Cocoa for Mac OS X called SNAX.
"SNAX is a file browser, but it's much more than just a Finder replacement," he told MacCentral. "It puts a GUI [graphical user interface] on top of many powerful Unix tools (and more are on the way)."
Similar to the Mac Finder, but with additional file related features, SNAX costs US$32 and requires Mac OS X 10.0.4. You can download it (a 1.2MB) file from the CocoaTech Web site.
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