|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 3.x, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, WinXP|
|File size:||2.4 MB|
Publisher description for FolderViewer
FolderViewer is not the umpteenth Windows Explorer replacement, it is a completely new way of organizing your files. Originally developed for law firms to support the secretarial staff and lawyers to keep track of time-spent on documents per client and author. FolderViewer is all about collaborative computing (See Collaborative Computing; by James Callan 1997); it collaborates with MS Explorer, the Windows Namespace, the MS Internet Explorer, Google Desktop Search and last but not least you, the user. It will help you to list, print, (un)pack, rename, search, distribute and convert and edit files and images. The files are presented on screen according to different Views. There are already 50 different Views implemented in the program, but you can design as many as you want and save them to disc. All nearly 110 file properties (i.e. Author) and derived properties (i.e. Week number) can be used to Group, Filter, Sort or Search on. New in this version: Google Desktop Search integration, Virtual Folders, Cache and History management and Viewer, Playlist creator, Enhanced Search and Replace tool, Double Panel Browser and many other smaller improvements. New Technology: Copy files using file properties. Distribute files (i.e. MP3Â´s) to calculated sub-folders based on file properties like ..\Artist\Album\ using very advanced, yet very easy to use Copy/Move Queries. Or distribute your MS Word documents created today, but not yet printed today to ..\Weekno\Author\Company with just one click using advanced filters. Use the Multi Rename Tool to rename files on the fly using the file properties in the new filename, correcting case properties as well. The Folder content or search results can be saved or exported to CSV, Excel, XML or HTML files for example to publish your MS Word documents to a local Intranet. (Un)Pack files and send them using your default mail client, complete with an attached report of all the included files and their properties.