Cataloguer for data collection on CDs, DVDs, network drives etc. You can add searchable comments; sort data by categories using Drag'n'Drop; browse inside archives (ZIP, RAR, ACE); search with different criterions; export data to other formats etc.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:30
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Advanced File Organizer is a powerful yet easy-to-use cataloguer for your digital data collection. It supports all kinds of media recognized by Windows as drives: CDs, DVDs, Memory Stick cards, ZIP disks, floppies, hard drives, network drives and folders, etc. The primary purpose of this software is not only to give an opportunity to collect all information about drives, files and folders. The key point is an ability to organize the information for most effective using it later, including convenient navigation, quick and powerful search, making reports and export to other formats. Advanced File Organizer gives several tools to organize your data: you can simply add searchable comments for your files and folders; you can combine disks and folders into groups based on any feature you want; at last you can sort your data by categories and subcategories. Using all or any of these instruments you have a unique chance to sort and optimize your data in various ways as it is convenient personally for you without paying any attention to the physical location of files and folders. At that to put your data collection in order is very easy as it was never before. Advanced File Organizer has a special visual sorting mode, where you can order your data collection using Drag'n'Drop in a minimum of time and effort. You just drag a certain file, folder or disk and drop it wherever you need in categories.
Advanced CATaloguer Pro 2.6 ACAT Pro is an advanced file cataloging utility. It can be a real lifesaver for anyone who doesn't store data in one place. Why look through each data CD to find a file you need
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