|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows 8|
|File size:||6.38 MB|
Publisher description for Filecats Professional
Do you want a better way to search your computer? Do you need more information than what is shown in Windows Explorer? How long does it take to really understand the contents of a newly received hard drive or memory stick with hundreds or thousands of files? Imagine being able to copy the contents of Windows Explorer together with additional file properties into Excel, so that you can then search and annotate files and folders more easily, save the results of your searches, and email them to your colleagues. Imagine no more. Introducing the cataloger and metadata extractor Filecats Professional for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, which enables you to harness Windows Explorer in your existing Microsoft Excel program. With just a few clicks from inside Windows Explorer, import the Windows Explorer columns and more into Excel, together with hyperlinks for opening the files directly from your spreadsheet. Using the familiar Excel features, catalog your files or a CD or hard drive that you are sending out. Create a permanent record, helping you with your ISO 9001 needs. Understand new files sooner. In addition to the standard columns, Filecats Professional can also import additional document properties (metadata) such as: 1. Author, Date Last Printed, Word Count, PowerPoint Slide Count, Template and Internal Total Editing Time from Microsoft Office documents. 2. Picture dimensions, camera make and model, and GPS co-ordinates from pictures and photographs. 3. Bit rate, frame count, album name, track number and recording time from Audio/video files, and 4. E-mail recipients, dates, attachment names, read/delivery receipts, Task percentage complete, Outlook version, and the email text body from MSG files. Filecats Professional is easy to use, yet powerful enough to save you so much time and frustration. Try it for yourself for free, and save time, find additional information, and become more efficient. No Excel? Try Filecats Metadata instead.