Directory Opus

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Directory Opus (or "DOpus" as its users tend to call it) is a file manager program, originally written for the Amiga computer system in the early to mid-1990s. Commercial development on the version for the Amiga ceased in 1997. Directory Opus is still being actively developed and sold for the Microsoft Windows operating system by GPSoftware and there are open source releases of Directory Opus 4 and 5 for Amiga.

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Original author(s)Jonathan Potter
Developer(s)GPSoftware
Initial releaseJanuary 1990; 34 years ago (1990-01)
Stable release
13.2 / February 9, 2024; 1 day ago (2024-02-09)[1]
Operating systemAmigaOS, Microsoft Windows
TypeFile manager
LicenseProprietary
Websitewww.gpsoft.com.au
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Directory Opus was originally developed by, and is still written by, Australian Jonathan Potter. Until 1994, it was published by well-known Amiga software company Inovatronics, when Potter joined with Greg Perry and the Australian-based GPSoftware to continue its development, and has since been published by GPSoftware.

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