PandaWare DiskWrangler 3.0 Released — Universal Binary application
features keyboard-based file launcher and browser

The PandaWare Company has released DiskWrangler 3.0, a Universal Binary
version of its Mac OS X file launcher and browser. This version includes a
number of improvements to its interface as well as numerous bug fixes,
particularly for OS X 10.5. The new version is available for download from
The PandaWare Company’s Web site. Unregistered copies work in demo mode for
up to 30 days.

SEATTLE, Washington (August 4, 2008) The PandaWare Company has released
DiskWrangler 3.0, a Universal Binary version of its file launcher and
browser for Mac OS X. DiskWrangler caters to users who prefer keeping their
hands on the keyboard. DiskWrangler allows users to launch applications,
documents, mail and Web URLs and user-defined sets of files, all without
removing their hands from the keyboard to pick up the mouse.

In addition to its powerful launching capabilities, DiskWrangler also features:

Browsing: Users can view and manipulate files under keyboard control. It
allows viewing, copying, moving, and deleting files, and setting file
attributes. DiskWrangler can show invisible items and files and folders in
OS X’s Unix subsystem. The Browser also allows exporting file lists.

File search: Users can perform searches based on name, modification date
and creation date, to find files that Mac OS X’s Spotlight searches do not

DiskWrangler 3.0 is available as a free download, and operates in demo mode
until licensed. The demo version operates for 30 days. Single-user licenses
that allow unlimited use are only $25.00.

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. The
company also sells Simple Help Editor, a cross-platform help authoring
system for Mac OS X and Windows.

Additional product and purchase information is available at The PandaWare
Company’s web site: (, or by contacting The
PandaWare Company from the Support page on its Web site: