Windows' Explorer has no option to save a folder's contents as a text file. Windows' built-in Find function saves its results in a file format unreadable by word processors. Now this gap is filled by WinDirLister. WinDirLister lists a folder's contents on a local or network disk (floppy disk, hard disk, CD-ROM, DVD, ZIP drive, removable disk) and saves the list in a text file or in a csv file (for table calculations). You can list only specific files. You can search all folders or only those containing specific files. For specifying file names wild cards like * and ? are permitted. You also can see the structure of one or multiple folders. You can list all properties or only some selected properties of files and folders.
- PC with i486 CPU or better
- Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, XP
- hard disk with about 1 MB free space (after installation; the setup file needs about 1.5 MB)
Shareware, 15 Euro or USD
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