Rage Software Releases Invisible Finder 1.1
For Immediate Release
Toronto, Canada – May 21, 2000 – Rage Software Announces Invisible Finder
1.1. The fully featured invisible file manager. Find, manage, get info and
delete invisible files and folders on your hard drives.
About Invisible Finder
Invisible Finder allows you to either search your hard drives or just click
a button to find all you invisible files. Once you have found your
invisible files you can perform various tasks on them such as toggle their
visibility, get info for them, delete them or edit them in ResEdit.
Invisible Finder will also remember the visibility changes done to your
files and folders so that they can be reverted later.
Invisible Finder supports drag and drop so you can very easily and quickly
toggle the invisibility of your files and folders. Just drag a bunch of
files and folders onto Invisible Finder’s main window to change the
visibility of them. Once you have done that you can go back later and
revert the changes made because Invisible Finder remembers the visibility
changes done to files.
New To This Version
This new version of Invisible Finder adds a Invert Menu item which allows
you to invert the currently selected files, a new about window and fixes
various problems which could lead to Invisible Finder quitting in certain
Invisible Finder can be downloaded from our web site at;
For more information visit the Invisible Finder web site at;
Or check out the FAQ’s
Single User License – 14.95 US
Site License – 499.95 US
World-wide license 1299.95
You can purchase Invisible Finder at;
About Rage Software
Established in 1999, Rage Software has been making quality
Mac Software to help make your Mac experience easier. Rage
Software aims to provide all Mac users with easy to use,
professional software at an affordable price.
Rage Software is the author of many popular Mac shareware
and freeware which include Macintosh Explorer, Invisible Finder, CSM Maker,
ShutDown Timer, and
Finder Quitter. Rage Software’s products have won favorable
reviews in major industry publications including Macworld,
MacPeople, Apple Developer Connection News, MACUP, MacAddict and