The software comes with a range of impressive features. The in-built archive is designed to support all generations of your TV set, meaning whichever particular set you have you will be able to use the software, while there is also standalone file support for file mapping.
Displaying and editing channels is also simple, utilising an easy-to-use channel filter and a cut and paste system that can be used to make a Favourite Channels list. Indeed, elsewhere the editing software incorporates simple commands like cut, copy, paste, delete, add channel and swap channel to make editing as painless as possible.
Once you have created and opened your chosen maps, you can also easily export them into a CSV format, a list for channel sort function or a reference channel list.
SamToolBox 0.11 is a fine piece of kit for channel editing on Samsung TVs. The interface could be made a little more user-friendly, but the software can certainly handle all of your editing needs quickly and efficiently. The added bonus that it is free to download makes this a particularly appealing piece of kit.