FileProg is a simple yet powerful freeware to manage your files on the Palm device.
The program runs on devices with PalmOS 3.5 and above. It will run on all VFS enabled devices (MemPlug or Palm native VFS support).
The UI is designed to give maximum information to the user, with easy to use interface.
- Runs on all devices with VFS support
- Performs multiple file operations like beam, rename, attributes, etc.
- Displays ROM files
- Multiple options to filter displayed files (size, name, type, ...)
- Cache file list for fast operation
- Several file attribute display
- Several sort options
- Added recursive delete to remove a directory tree
- User can set the text color for the file table
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Supported operating systems:
Palm OS 4.x, Palm OS 5.x
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