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PandaWare DiskWrangler 1.0

PandaWare DiskWrangler 1.0 Enhances Productivity With Keyboard Control

New Mac OS X Application Brings Keyboard Control to File Launching and Browsing

SEATTLE, Washington (April 10, 2003) — The PandaWare Company introduced a
new file launching and browsing application for Mac OS X today. PandaWare
DiskWrangler 1.0 enhances productivity in OS X by giving users extensive
keyboard control.

DiskWrangler enables users to launch specific applications, files and web
and mail URLs, all from the keyboard. Launching and activating applications
is accomplished with a few keystrokes, allowing users to switch from one
task to another without having to shift their attention from the keyboard
to the mouse.

In addition, PandaWare DiskWrangler has a disk browser which lets users
view and manipulate files under keyboard control. In addition to viewing
files, the browser allows users to copy, move, delete and them, and view
and change file attributes and permissions. Users can choose to view and
manipulate the files and folders the Finder shows, or see more detailed
views that include invisible items and files and folders in OS X’s Unix

As an added feature to keyboard control, DiskWrangler also gives users
access to all its functions by mouse.

A demo version of PandaWare DiskWrangler is available for free download
from The PandaWare Company’s Web site at
( The demo gives users 30 days to
evaluate DiskWrangler for free. By purchasing a license, users can unlock
DiskWrangler for unlimited use. The PandaWare Company is offering a special
introductory price of $30.00 per user through May 31.

For more information on PandaWare DiskWrangler and other PandaWare software
applications, contact The PandaWare Company via email at

PandaWare DiskWrangler is made with REALbasic from REAL Software, Inc.

The PandaWare Company has been producing Macintosh software since 1991. The
company is best known for its TimeCache time and expense tracking software
for individuals and companies who bill clients for project work.

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