Cocoatech has released Path Finder 10, a major update for the file browser alternative to the macOS Finder. Among much else, Path Finder enables users to view hidden files; compare, merge, and synchronize folders; batch-select and batch-rename files; and view and navigate within two browser panes in a single window.
Fully redesigned for macOS 11 Big Sur and adding support for M1-based Macs, Path Finder 10 adds AirDrop support (currently only for devices discoverable by “Everyone”) as well as support for share services such as Mail, Messages, and Notes; enables file browsing and file operations on iOS devices connected to via USB; improves the Batch Renamer functionality; redesigns and improves Drop Stack; and improves Dark mode. Path Finder is priced at $36 for a new license, and upgrades from previous licenses cost $18. ($36 new, $18 upgrade, in Setapp, 19.9 MB, release notes, macOS 10.12+)