The main window of the Sprintbit File Manager is divided into 4 parts.
1. Ribbon Bar ( top of the window )
The Ribbon is the state-of-the-art user interface, introduced in Microsoft Office 2007. It provides easy and quick access to software commands.
All commands are grouped into groups within the following ribbon bar interface pages:
2. Docking Window
On the left side of the main window is located a small Folder Tree window that can be docked on either side of main window
The Folders Tree displays a hierarchical list of folders, drives and network resources just as the left pane of Windows Explorer does.
This control is working in conjunction with currently selected File Browser.
However the main purpose of Folders Tree is to show tree of folders, you can perform some basic files operation on selected folders like:
delete, rename or viewing folder's properties.
3. Features Windows
Central area of main window where all software features will open its windows.
4. Status Bar
A Status bar provides a way through which programs displays various kinds of status information
Left, the smallest panel displays the following information:
When program is in idle state or just finish doing something
When some but not critical problem occur during the execution of a command or when some action is not finished successfully
When critical error occurred and software cannot continue or an action was performed unsuccessful, incomplete.
When error occurred but not critical error also when user performed not permitted action
When software is working or for showing tips information
Other panels displays some program information during the software features execution, like for example if an operation
finished successfully and how many files was processed etc.
Another small panel is showing media files properties. You can ease view media file properties by selecting supported media files in File Browser
The last part of the status bar, right next to the last panel this is a Size Grip, The size grip allows to resize the window by dragging the status bar's right-bottom corner.