What Squishy is, isn't really definable by common conventions. So, I'll give you a squishy definition, you can then decide for yourself. One might call it an all-purpose file manipulator; more than that, at its core, Squishy's aim is to provide convenience and trivialize actions that's usually a chore to accomplish. In that vein, Squishy has a large focus shifted towards metadata and file properties.
Some of the things it trivializes is changing file dates, removing write restrictions, byte-for-byte file comparison, checksum comparison, DataURI encoding, and AES encryption. That's just to name a few.
Yet another way Squishy provides convenience, is by removing the 'command-line' from often-used command-line applications. Squishy Execute gives you direct access to start-up arguments and with the plethora of macros provided, typing will surely be reduced. Match items to file extensions and you're done, you'll never see what you don't need.
We believe that documentation is important; whether you're online or not, it should be available. Accompanied with Squishy is a full offline version of its documentation. When you're online, it will automatically direct you to the live version. Have it both ways, Squishy requires no installation, but you can have it integrate with your System.
There's more to Squishy that what was covered here, get a trial and see for yourself. We've lovingly crafted and polished it for many months, so you can be sure that further tedium will be trivialized in the near future and that every file is a Squishy file.