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GO! Finder User Manual V1.2



GO! Finder V1.2

User Manual

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Tables of Cont

ents

GO! Finder Introduction 3

System Requirements 3

Installation- Free 4

The Overview of Window Mode 10

Window Mode Description 11

Title Bar 12

Device Icon 12

Active Information: 12

Setting 13

Minimize and Close 14

Warning and Message Box 15

Warning: Exit GO! Finder 15

Warning: Delete the filter 15

Warning: Open multi files 16

Resize Box 17

Guider Description 18

View Menu 19

Path View 19

Filter Description 19

Document 19

File Type 20

File Size 20

Add Time 20

Suit Symbol 20

File Details 20

Delete 21

Duplicate 21

Add Filter: 22

File List 23

Show In Windows Explorer 23

Rename the file name 23

Copy 24

Cut 25

Paste 26

Duplicate 26

Delete 27

Suit Symbol Menu 29

When selecting more than two files 31

Icon Mode 35

When transferring the files or folders 36

Right click on the device icon on Icon Mode 36

While searching files or folders 37

Figure 1 Close Removable Disk on WINXP 4

Figure 2 Removable Storage Device on WINXP 5

Figure 3 GO! Suite Menu 5

Figure 4 Removable Disk on Vista 6

Figure 5 Click ”Allow” on User Account Control 7

Figure 6 Click GO! Suite on the Removable Storage Devices on Vista 7

Figure 7 Warning of the disconnection of USB Cable between two PCs 8

Figure 8 Launch GO! Suite Manually 8

Figure 9 Getting Started Guide of GO! Finder 9

Figure 10 GO! Finder Exploded View 10

Figure 11 The device icon of GO! Finder 12

Figure 12 Window Mode of Go! Finder 13

Figure 13 Exit GO! Finder 15

Figure 14 Delete the filter 15

Figure 15 Open Multi files 16

Figure 16 Resize Window Mode 17

Figure 17 Guider Description 18

Figure 18 View Menu 18

Figure 19 Edit Path View 19

Figure 20 Edit Document 21

Figure 21 Delete this Filter 21

Figure 22 The Duplicated Document 22

Figure 23 Add Filter 22

Figure 24 Edit the selected file 23

Figure 25 Rename the file name 24

Figure 26 Copy& paste the file to the desired place 25

Figure 27 Duplicate the selected File 27

Figure 28 Delete the selected file 28

Figure 29 Choose the suite symbol of the selected file on the file list 29

Figure 30 Mark the suit symbol of the selected file directly via clicking the file 30

Figure 31 Edit Suit Symbol 31

Figure 32 Mark the multi files as the same suit symbol 31

Figure 33 The selected files are marked as Spade and Diamond 32

Figure 34 All suit symbols are marked as Heart 32

Figure 35 The device icon is always on top of the window 35

Figure 36 Copy the file to icon mode 36

Figure 37 Shows in Windows Explorer 37

GO! Finder Introduction


We have managed our files and folders via a low efficient way to add new folders since UNIX system was founded several decades ago. When keyword index and tab system were innovated several years ago, they started to change our way to manage files and management efficiency.

Firstly, “Spotlight”, the desktop searching tool, was utilized on Mac OS 10.4 “Tiger” and then the similar tool, Google Desktop was created for PC. However, both of them are utilized on PCs only. With high capacity and high speed, Flash Drives are the substitution of floppy disks only. However, its function has not been upgraded yet.

Therefore, here iMex brings you GO! Finder. This is a revolutionary file management application on the Flash Drive. It overturns your stereotype of Flash Drives as it cannot only be the media transmission but also the storage platform for the important data.

System Requirements


  • * Microsoft Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Vista 32 bit

  • * Intel Pentium 133MHz or higher

  • * 128MB RAM or higher

  • * Hard disk space requirement of at least 100 MB

  • * Built-in USB port

Installation- Free


  • Since the application of GO! Finder is pre-loaded in your USB Flash Drive, you will no longer need to install the software of GO! Finder. Firstly, connect the Flash Drive to your PC. There are different ways to launch GO! Finder under different operation systems:

  • WINXP: If auto-run is executed, users have to close the pop-up window of Removable Disk as Figure 1. Then, click GO! Finder icon on the pop-up window of GO! Suite to launch the program on Figure 2. Click GO! Finder icon on the pop-up window of GO! Suite to launch the program on Figure 3 .

  • If auto-run is not launched, users have to click the GO! Suite icon of the removable device on my computer to launch the program, referred to Figure 2.



Figure 1 Close Removable Disk on WINXP









Figure 2 Removable Storage Device on WINXP





Figure 3 GO! Suite Menu

Vista: If auto-run is executed, users have to close the pop-up window of Removable Disk as Figure 4. Then, click on "Allow" on the User Account Control as Figure 5. Lastly, click GO! Finder icon on the pop-up window of GO! Suite to launch the program on Figure 3



If auto-run is not launched, users have to click the GO! Suite icon of the removable device on my computer to launch the program, referred to Figure 6.



Figure 4 Removable Disk on Vista




Figure 5 Click ”Allow” on User Account Control


Figure 6 Click GO! Suite on the Removable Storage Devices on Vista

Users only need to launch GO! Suite one this PC; the other PC will launch GO! Suite automatically when it connects to this PC via the USB cable. Firstly, connect the USB cable between two PCs.

Notes: If two PCs are in disconnection, the warning as Figure 7 will pop up to remind users.



Figure 7 Warning of the disconnection of USB Cable between two PCs

If the USB transfer cable has connected to both sides of computers, GO! Suite program hasn’t been launched; please follow the instruction on Figure 8 to start it manually.


Figure 8 Launch GO! Suite Manually
When you click on GO! Finder, the Getting Started dialog wills pop up. If you want to hide it in the future, please mark “Hide this dialog when starting GO! Finder”. Therefore, this dialog won’t appear next time, and vice versa.



Figure 9 Getting Started Guide of GO! Finder

The Overview of Window Mode


The figure below displays the Exploded View of Go! Finder which will make it clear to read the user manual.

Figure 10 GO! Finder Exploded View

Window Mode Description


Drag and drop files into Device Icon of Window Mode; you are able to copy the files to the root directory of the device, and start to write the files in. The initial Window Mode of GO! Finder you launch is 400 Pixel x 400 Pixel, referred to Figure 12. The minimum Window Mode is 400 Pixel x 210 Pixel.

Double click on the Title Bar on Figure 10; you are able to enlarge Window Mode of GO! Finder to the maximum window. Double click it again; the window will switch to the previous size you adjusted. You can still press the Title Bar to move the whole window.


Title Bar

Device Icon


There are 21 photos of the device icon the white area of which indicates the space available of your Flash Drive, from 0% to 100%. Please refer to Figure 11.



Figure 11 The device icon of GO! Finder

Active Information:


On the title bar of Figure 12, the active information shows that the quantities of the items, of the selected items and the space available of the Flash Drive.


Figure 12 Window Mode of Go! Finder


Setting


Press icon on the top-right corner of Window Mode to open the Setting Menu; its pull-down menu will show from up to down and the description of each item are as followings:

Item

Description

About GO! Finder

The version of GO! Finder

Open Tip

The Getting Started guide to use GO!

Finder

Always on Top

Window Mode is always on top of the window

Disable Always on Top

When Always on Top is selected, you can click “Disable Always on Top“ to execute it.


Minimize and Close


Item

Description

Minimize

Minimize GO! Finder

Close

Exit GO! Finder



Warning and Message Box

Warning: Exit GO! Finder


Press on the top-right corner of Window Mode; a pop-up window will remind you “Do you want to exit GO! Finder?”. Please refer to Figure 13.



Figure 13 Exit GO! Finder


Warning: Delete the filter


Press “Delete” button on the filter when you right click on “View Menu”; a pop-up window will warn you as following. Press “Yes” to delete this filter; press “No” to abort it. Please refer to Figure 14



Figure 14 Delete the filter


Warning: Open multi files


If you open multi files in GO! Finder at the same time, a message box will pop-up to warn you as Figure 15. Press “Yes” to open multi- files; press “No” to abort it.



Figure 15 Open Multi files

Resize Box


You are able to resize Window Mode via dragging “Resize Box” on the bottom-right corner of Window Mode. Please refer to Figure 16.



Figure 16 Resize Window Mode

Guider Description




Figure 17 Guider Description



Figure 18 View Menu

View Menu


This program has pre-defined five items such as Document, Picture, Music,Video, and 24 hours for user’s convenience. Press to launch View Menu. It’s configuration is as below:

Path View


It’s like windows explorer for file browsing only. Press icon to edit filter lists. Only details are allowed to be edited; others are disabled.



Figure 19 Edit Path View


Filter Description


We illustrate editing the rules of Document as following for user to understand the function of each rule. The rules of other filter items such as Picture, Music, Video and 24 Hour in the filter menu are referred to the rules of Document.

Document


When editing document filter, you can rename the definition of the filter. Press to edit document view.

File Type


Select “File Type is” and also “File Type is not” via its pull-down menu. To press icon, a pull-down menu will display for you to select “Add all picture format”, “Add all music format”, “Add all video format” and “Add all document format”. You can also add the file type you wish to sort if it’s not in the default lists.

File Size


You can choose “File Size” as “File Size is more than” or “File Size is less than” via its pull-down menu. Besides, the file size as “MB” or “KB” are also allowed you to select and to insert the value of the size will make it easy to sort the file size you wish to sort.

Add Time


You can select “Add Time is in the last” and “Add time is earlier than” the last “Day”, “Hour” or “Minute” via the pull-down menu and you can also insert the value you wish to sort.

Suit Symbol


You can select “Suit Symbol contains” or Suit Symbol doesn’t contain” via the pull-down menu and choose the suits of the playing cards.

File Details


You can mark the file detail you wish to display. Press “OK” to execute or press “Cancel” to abort it.



Figure 20 Edit Document

Delete


Click on icon on the View Menu of Document, a pop-up window will appear to ask you if you want to delete this filter or not. Press “Yes” to delete this filter; press “No” to abort it.



Figure 21 Delete this Filter

Duplicate


Click on the icon on the View Menu of Document, the filter will duplicate a folder as “Document_1” to match the items you have selected. Please refer to Figure 22.



Figure 22 The Duplicated Document

Add Filter:


Press “” icon on Figure 20, an empty filter will be generated for user to edit the filtering items of the new filter. Please refer to Figure 23 .



Figure 23 Add Filter


File List


  • In the file list, you can explore and edit the file list such as Open, Show In Windows Explorer, Rename, Copy, Cut, Paste, Duplicate and Delete the root directory you selected.

Show In Windows Explorer


  • Right click on the file of the file list; the pull-down menu will be shown promptly. You are able to open the files and folders of your Flash Drive with Windows Explorer if you choose “Show In Windows Explorer”. Please refer to Figure 24.



Figure 24 Edit the selected file

Rename the file name


  • Right click on the file one time and select “Rename” on the pop-up menu to revise the file name ; please refer to Figure 25.



Figure 25 Rename the file name

Copy


Right click on the file or folder one time and select “Copy” on the pull-down menu; you are able to paste the selected file or folders to anywhere of PC or any folders of the Flash Drive you wish except in the filter view. However, you can’t paste it onto the same destination.



Figure 26 Copy& paste the file to the desired place

Cut


The function of “Cut” is the same as “Copy” except for that the cut file will be removed from the source after you successfully finish the “Copy” operation.

Paste


  • You can copy the file or folders from different sources of the Flash Drive or from other sources. Right click on file list, and select “Paste” to execute it except in the filter view.

Duplicate


  • Right click on the file or folder and select “Duplicate” on the pull-down menu. You are able to duplicate the selected file or folder of the Flash Drive you wish. The file name of the duplicated file will be increased by number. e.g. document -> document_1. Please refer to Figure 27.



Figure 27 Duplicate the selected File

Delete


  • Right click on the file or folder of the Flash Drive on the File List, and choose “Delete” on the pull-down menu. A dialogue window will pop up to ask you to delete the file or not. Click on “Yes” button to delete the selected files or click on “No” button to abort it. Please refer to Figure 28.



Figure 28 Delete the selected file

Suit Symbol Menu


  • You are able to choose the default icons of Suit Symbol of the playing cards. The default icons are heart, club, diamond and spade.

  • In File List, different files may be marked as different suit symbols; and the icon is shown on the first column of each file. Only files can be marked via suit symbols; it’s not allowed to mark suit symbols on folders. To mark the suit symbol of single file, you right click on the selected file on Figure 29 or directly click the first column of each file to choose the its suit symbol, referred to Figure 30.



Figure 29 Choose the suite symbol of the selected file on the file list



Figure 30 Mark the suit symbol of the selected file directly via clicking the file



  • User can define and edit search the suit symbol via “add filter” button and choose the suit symbol you wish to sort on “Suit Symbol Contain” option. It will help you sort the file with the suit symbol you wish. Please refer to Figure 31.



Figure 31 Edit Suit Symbol

When selecting more than two files


If each file is marked as “Spade”, it means that “Spade” is selected, referred to Figure 32. If you choose any symbol except for “Spade” for all selected files, they will be switched to the suit symbol you have selected.



Figure 32 Mark the multi files as the same suit symbol
If the selected files are marked as “Spade” and “Diamond”, you still can mark them as “Spade” and “Diamond”, referred to Figure 33.



Figure 33 The selected files are marked as Spade and Diamond

If you choose one symbol for all selected files, they will be switched to the same suit symbol you have selected. Please refer to . If you select the blank option on the suit symbol for all the selected files, their suit symbols will be removed promptly.



  • Figure 34 All suit symbols are marked as Heart



  • Right click on the File List, you are able to select the items on the pull-down menu as followings:

    In Path View

    On the blank area of Path View

    Select Single File on Path View

    Select more than two files on Path View

    Show in the Menu

    Edit File Header

    Show in Windows Explorer

    Add New Folder

    Open

    Show in Windows Explorer

    Rename

    Copy

    Cut

    Paste

    Duplicate

    Delete



    Open

    Rename

    Copy

    Cut

    Paste

    Duplicate

    Delete






  • In Filter View

    On the blank area of Filter View

    Select Single File on Filter View

    Select more than two files on Filter View

    Show in the Menu

    Edit File Rule

    Open

    Show in Path View

    Show in Windows Explorer

    Copy

    Cut

    Delete



    Open

    Copy

    Cut

    Delete







Icon Mode


  • Double click on the device icon of Window Mode; it will switch to Icon Mode. Press the device icon; you can move it to anywhere on the window and it’s always on top of the window, referred to Figure 35.



Figure 35 The device icon is always on top of the window



  • Drag and drop files or folders to Device Icon; you are able to copy files to the root directory of the Flash Drive. Double click on the device icon of Icon Mode; it will switch to Window Mode. Move the cursor on Icon Mode, it will show the space available of the Flash Drive.

When transferring the files or folders


  • The two conditions below may occur.

  1. If you drag and drop files to Icon Mode, the Device Icon will change promptly according to the volume of data increasing. Meanwhile, the progress window will appear to remind you the status of data transfer. Please refer to Figure 36.



Figure 36 Copy the file to icon mode


  1. If you double click on the device icon of Window Mode, it will switch to Icon Mode, and continue file transfer. It’s space-free of the window that allows you to utilize the window while data transferring.

Right click on the device icon on Icon Mode


  • A pop-up menu will appear. You can choose “Show in Windows Explorer” to open the root directories or choose “Switch to Window Mode”. Please refer to Figure 37.



Figure 37 Shows in Windows Explorer



While searching files or folders


  • The two conditions below may occur.

  1. If you double click on the device icon of Window Mode, it will switch to Icon Mode and continue file searching. It’s space free of the window that allows you to utilize the computer on files searching.

  2. If you right click on the device icon, a pop-up menu will appear. You can choose “Show in Windows Explorer” to open the root directories.




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