QueueExplorer 4 Beta – next gen queue manager

QueueExplorer 4 is finally available for Beta testing. It’s been a long wait but not without a reason. It was overhauled to support multiple queueing systems, and for start we added support for ActiveMQ.

There are lot of improvements for MSMQ users as well. You no longer have to wait big queues to load, messages now show up progressively as soon as they are received. Neither you have to press F5 to refresh queues and messages as they are refreshed in the background, with new/updated stuff flashing for few seconds to easily see changes.


For Professional edition you can now extract business data from your messages using XPath, JSON or Regex. That business data is then displayed as a new column, and you can see, filter, or sort it.

Also, you can create your own folders to organize queues. Just drag and drop queues there or set up wildcard filtering. For example you can use “test*” and have all test queues grouped there. In that case folder will dynamically update itself to include newly created queues which fit wildcard search.

This is just a quick glance on new features, you can check full list and download Beta here:

Full list of improvements in QueueExplorer 4