Isn’t it exasperating when you finally get a chance to sit down and manage or update your files, only to have your system argue with you? You know the scenario, you have a file you need to delete, but then you get that pop up that tells you it’s not allowed? Why not, you ask… It’s my file or my system? You’re not only frustrated, but a bit confused, why would your system deny you from a task you’re prepared to say “YES” to? The deeper or longer the path the file is, the more exasperating the efforts to have them moved, copies, etc.
Well, now there’s a solution to simplify these frustrating moments. You can now do the tasks you choose to do, such as: Delete, Rename, Copy, Unlock, or Move.
Long Path Tool is an essential for anyone in need of managing their files; especially so, if you have files within files, within files. The purpose of this tool is to manage the tools with long paths for accessing them. A simple download of this tool at www.LongPathTool.com and within no time you’ll be managing the files, the way you’d always wanted to. It’s easy to set up, easy to use, and support is readily available for you when needed.
This tool is available for systems as early as Windows 95, and including Windows 98, 2000, ME, NT, XP, 2003,Vista, Windows 7 and 8.
Now, even when you have files containing as many as 255 characters, you can easily move about and work them the way you want to. How does it work? You simply download it and create your icon to be accessible on your desktop or start menu and with a simple click, you’ll be able to begin managing your files at will.
Imagine being able to complete your file management requirements quickly and easily! It’s a simple download away and you’ll soon be asking yourself how you ever got along without it before.