Windows Explorer is not the easiest thing to use. It only shows the files of one folder at a time, and with only limited information (and sometimes, the dates shown are misleading). It's also not the swiftest way to search through your files, or data you have just received.
Imagine being able to copy file information together with additional file properties into a self-contained table (Excel is not required), so that you can then search files and folders more easily, create analyses, and copy and paste the results (not possible in Explorer).
Imagine no more. Introducing the cataloger and metadata extractor Filecats Metadata for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10. A few clicks from Windows Explorer will import its columns and much more into a table, together with hyperlinks for opening the files directly from the table.
Analyse your existing files swiftly. Document data you are sending out, assisting with ISO 9001 requirements. Be familiar with newly received files faster.
In addition to date fields and file names, Filecats Metadata imports up to several hundred additional metadata fields (document properties), including:
1. Microsoft Office statistics (number of pages, words, slides and characters), Author, When Last Printed, Template, time spent editing, and more. 2. Image properties, camera or mobile phone make and model, date and time taken, and GPS location where available from photographs. 3. Audio/video encoding details, album and track name and number, and duration, and 4. (E-Mail) MSG files exported from Microsoft Outlook, including email sender and recipients, relevant dates, attachment number and names, receipts, % complete, Outlook version, and the text from the body.
Filecats Metadata is enables you to get the detail from your files and create sophisticated analyses, yet is easy to use. Download a free 7-day trial, and see how more efficient you can be, cataloguing more accurately yet quickly. Videos and other versions available.
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