ForkLift 2.0

the second coming...Finally the day has come to announce the second coming of file management and proudly present the final version of ForkLift 2.0.

It’s faster, more reliable, stronger and you will love it twice as much!

We spent many nights and days with re-building ForkLift from scratch inside and out and the outcome is not only simple beauty but also extreme reliability and a streamlined UI with many new and innovative features.

I could start an endless list of new and improved features in ForkLift 2, but I would just pick out the most significant ones:

Disklets, Synclets, new view modes, transfer queue, improved archive handling, new search modes and filters (with RegExp), improved Sync, Stacks, incredible speed!, integrated favorite manager, improved Multi-Rename, Workspaces, and a lot more to discover…

We released 7 public Betas in a row and got tremendous feedback from our highly respected users during this period and thus we tried to take all opinions very seriously and tailor ForkLift 2 to your needs. I think together we did an amazing job, even if some wishes didn’t come true, but hey, don’t be sad if you miss anything, as ForkLift constantly keeps evolving of course!

I would like to send our great community of adventurous and constructive beta testers a damn big THANK YOU! Without you ForkLift wouldn’t be what it is today.

ForkLift 2.0 is our first paid upgrade since we released 1.0 almost 4 years ago. If you already own a ForkLift license you can upgrade for $19.95, for new users the price will be $29.95 and now we also offer a new family pack at $49.95 in our store.

Click here to download ForkLift while you finsih reading this post.

If you encounter any bugs (and we are sure that despite all our effort you will…) please report them here.
Your feedback is highly appreciated.

You might also have noticed that our website changed a little bit 🙂 … therefore you won’t find our forum anymore as we decided to discontinue it and introduce a new platform for public discussion on ForkLift soon.

Please don’t use the blog for bugreports and support questions, rather send them by e-mail…. and try to be nice. Thanks!