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Kilometre, also known as Kilometre Browser, is a file manager for Mac OS X. It provides some features that are hidden or not supported by the Finder.

In particular, it can:


Download the current version: KILOMETRE 1.3.2 (compatible with both Intel and Power PC microprocessors running Mac OS X 10.4.11 or higher).

If you are using an older Mac OS X version, or if you have other problems with the current release, you may also try one of our older releases.

Terms of use

Kilometre, from now on "this software", is subject to the following terms of use.

  1. You may use this software for free. However, it is copyrighted software, owned by Faustic Inferno SL and Alejandro Castro García.
  2. This software comes with no warranty, to the extent allowed by law.
  3. You may redistribute unmodified versions of this software, but you may not charge for them. You are allowed to charge for the media and for your distribution costs, but it must be clear to the recipient that he or she is paying for those services, not for the use of this software.
  4. You may not redistribute modified versions of this software.
  5. These terms of use, as well as any conflicts related to them, shall be regulated by Spanish law.

Notes about Kilometre 1.3.2
(Released September 2015)

What's new in this version

System requirements

System requirements for this version are:

Known Problems and Limitations


If you have any questions or comments about Kilometre, or if you want to report any bugs, you may contact us by e-mail at the following address:

What's next

Because of other commitments, development on Kilometre has been inactive for quite some time (again). We cannot still resume development except now and then for the occasional bug correction. When time allows, we expect to return to the project with the following priorities in mind:

Removal of legacy code: there are still a lot of dependencies on technologies that Apple deprecated long ago. Because these dependencies make the application difficult to maintain and prone to incompatibilities with every new system release, our main priority is to remove these dependencies as soon as possible.

Look and Feel: before adding any new features, we plan a full redesign, because the current interface has too many constraints to escalate easily.