Review of Treeview X For Windows
The new version of Tree Views for Windows is now available to download. The 0.5 beta version of Treeview X for Windows is available at web-hosting firm Rod Page. The package name of this software is Linux. It is similar to the free XSitePro, which is a viewer for websites.
The most striking feature of Tree View is its user interface, which is extremely user friendly and designed especially for the Windows operating system. One can drag and drop files and folders from their desired location and Tree View will reorganize it to suit your preference. The viewer allows you to watch videos, play MP3 music files, and also edit and manage the appearance of the webpage. There is an extensive help file with detailed walk through on how to use the viewer.
There are some drawbacks to Treeview X, which are that the software lacks some important features and lacks the same great support that its competitor's offer. There is a slight delay in the loading of the page when the entire window is displayed. The display of thumbnails sometimes doesn't change or fit with the rest of the page. Though these are minor criticisms, they could be addressed with future upgrades. The advanced features of the viewer are also available through the paid upgrade of the software.