Toronto, Ontario – (February 13, 2007) – RAGE Software announced
today the immediate availability of RAGE Macintosh Explorer 4.5, a
free update to the first ever tabbed file browser and file management
tool for the Mac. This free update of RAGE Macintosh Explorer is now
a Universal Binary which means it will run natively on Intel based
Macs. It also includes new file sorting features which let you group
directories together when sorting files.

RAGE Macintosh Explorer brings the hierarchical, tree-view navigation
style of Windows Explorer to the Mac. Combining powerful file
management tools along with a unique approach to Mac file browsing,
RAGE Macintosh Explorer was the first Macintosh file browser to offer
tabbed file browsing, thumbnail previews while you browse and filter
based file browsing. RAGE Macintosh Explorer eases the transition for
Windows users who switch to the Mac, while offering existing Mac
users an appealing alternative to their current file navigation

RAGE Macintosh Explorer is available for users of Mac OS 9.x and Mac
OS X 10.3 or later. A free trial version is available at RAGE
Software’s web site at,
which allows 14 fully functional launches.

RAGE Macintosh Explorer can be purchased for $15.95 USD from RAGE
Software’s online store at with
substantial volume discounts also available.

Since 1999, RAGE Software has continued to deliver unique and useful
Macintosh Software including RAGE Macintosh Explorer, the first ever
tabbed file browser, and Smart Folders, the first application to
bring Smart Folders to your Mac. RAGE Software aims to provide unique
and useful applications to Mac users at an affordable price.