|License||Free to try|
|File Size||7.48 MB|
|Operating System||Windows, Windows Vista, Windows 7|
TimeTraveler timeline is populated with ticks called points in time. You can bring Windows Explorer back in time by moving the time cursor to a point in time. When a new point is selected, TimeTraveler (64-bit) translates the Explorer address to its equivalent at the selected time so Explorer displays the folders and files from that time. You can thereafter use Explorer to navigate the folders at the selected time, open files at that time or copy and paste files from that time into the present. All non-modifying operations provided by Windows Explorer are available for points in time.