The program is intended for the analysis of the disc space usage. The principles of the program design are simplicity and clarity. You specify the area for analysis and get the graphically illustrated result.
Sprintbit File Manager
File Manager for Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP is a fully featured application for viewing and managing files on your computer. File Manager includes: CD-DVD Writer, Zip Archiver, Picture Viewer, File Renamer, Folder Synchronizer and other features.
Console utility to collect summary informations (properties: author,comments ..) embedded with all Windows 2000 files. It deals with the collection of Microsoft Office documents properties and Macintosh comments stored on NT
Finding files on hard drives can be a nightmare, and finding files on removable disks such as CD-ROMs, Zip disks and diskettes can be impossible. SuperCat lets you catalog all your disks, so you will never lose a file again.
SyncFolder is the visual file comparison/merging and folder synchronization application.
TreeSize tells you where precious disk space has gone to. It can be started from the context menu of a folder or drive and shows you the size of this folder, including its subfolders. Eachfolder can be expanded to see the size its the subfolders.
TXTcollector grabs all .txt files from the directory of your choice and combines them into a new (larger) text file. This can come in handy: I use TXTcollector myself to grab a CD full of readme's to enable me to read them all in one go.
A program for making sure drives, files, folders and sub-folders are in sync. Add two separate folders, click "compare" and the info will be displayed in another window. Comparison results are shown with colorful, easy-to-understand icons.
A new Visual tool for renaming groups of files. Have fun renaming files!
WinCatalog Light is an easy to use yet powerful CD cataloger that can be used for cataloging disks and files. Using WinCatalog you can quickly find a needed file in your disk collection, even without inserting any removable disks into the drives.