Softchaos ships Workstrip 3.2.2 dock alternative for Mac OS X

Softchaos, Ltd. today shipped Workstrip 3.2.2, an update to its Mac OS X dock alternative. Now, Workstrip 3.2.2 can preview KeyNote 2 presentations and Pages documents. Workstrip 3.2.2 is a maintenance update, free to all registered owners of Workstrip 3, and available today at:

http://www.softchaos.com/downloads/

“WorkStrip helps you stay productive and organized without working hard at it,” explained Reza Farhad, CEO of Softchaos, Ltd. in a statement. “Intuitive to use, WorkStrip’s file tracking system and easy preview capabilities, provide quick access to what you need, when you need it. It’s amazing how quickly customized workspaces become the preferred method of working, in no time at all.”

WorkStrip 3 is a multifaceted “file management tool” with a file tracking system and easy file previews. WorkStrip not only handles the mundane tasks of all filing requirements, but also enables quick and easy preview access to files, without launching the application that created them.

WorkStrip organizes files into ‘Workspaces’ to represent a project, a client or a different aspect of the work that a person does. Customization provides efficiency help such as unique workspace icons, advanced tracking of original documents, date hierarchy in recent items, fast access to all opened windows, and bookmarks for folders, files and websites.

WorkStrip requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later, and is available in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. Worksrip 3.2.2 costs £22.95.

More info here.

2 Comments

  1. The Dock already allows you to place folders onto the Dock and access their internal files. You can create folders of aliases, and add these to the Dock to organize your files and applications.

    MW: fear

  2. Nice try, but too involving. If you really need this for very specific needs, then give it a try, but otherwise, the Dock takes care of 95% of all needs. Most users will never need this extra crap. It’s a bit like DragThing.

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