Fatxplorer V2.0 36
i also updated the settings options to look at the device type, and then look at the disk state. i have also attempted to normalize the sizing for drives. on my test machine, changing the driver setting to “4 tb” caused windows to think that my 1 tb ssd was a 4 tb hdd!
the menu options have been rewritten. i also removed the settings you can see in the image above (see the screenshot where i installed the driver). its now a check box and a combobox which can be set in the gui settings. a few people have asked for this, as it should be a lot more organized.
if you like the additional features of fatxplorer, you can have it in your taskbar. to do so, download the non-pro version of the.net core app, and run it. you should see a “fatxplorer.exe” app in the task tray. select “fatxplorer x86” or “fatxplorer x64” and itll behave as it does now.
this is the last free application i plan to release for a while. i make my living doing paid projects. fatxplorer was made because i want to help developers, and i didnt want to have to pay a developer to do it.
if youd like to see a “commercial” version that has all the features of fatxplorer, and also many other features not found in the free app, check out www.fatxplorer.com . thanks for your support over the past 10 years!
here is a list of the new features and fixes we made in this release. first, you can now load your entire xbox360 console into a single fatx file. previously, fatxplorer required the user to either select individual games, or load the entire console file as one giant file. if you are having issues loading your entire console file, please try a different size fatx file, as we may have fixed the issue.