CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 Microsoft, Azure, Google Cloud, and OpenStack have each received a minor update, focusing on performance improvements and bug fixes.
CloudBerry Explorer 5.8 for Amazon S3
CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 receives two minor features that have been requested by our users. First, CloudBerry Explorer has added the ability to export the list of objects in a particular bucket to a CSV file. To do that, simply right-click on any bucket and then click Export object list to CSV.
Finally, CloudBerry Explorer now lets you perform group actions on your files by using the Ctrl+A shortcut. Customers asked, and we delivered!
CloudBerry Explorer 3.5 for Google Cloud
Google provides multiple ways to perform authentication to Google Cloud, one of which is the Service Account authentication using a JSON file. In fact, this authentication method is considered preferable by Google and so we have implemented it in CloudBerry Explorer 3.5 for Google Cloud.
Similar to the S3 version, CloudBerry Explorer for Google Cloud now enables you to perform group actions with the Ctrl+A shortcut.
CloudBerry Explorer 1.7 for OpenStack
CloudBerry Explorer 1.7 for OpenStack comes with a bug fix that eliminates the often-experienced issue in which unfinished multi-part uploads wouldn't be automatically purged from the storage. If you have experienced this issue, please download release 1.7 and you should notice that the performance has notably improved.
CloudBerry Explore continues improving, and today each edition receives a minor update with performance improvements, bug fixes, and features requested by our users. Feel free to check out the latest editions of CloudBerry Explorer and share your feedback in the comment section below.