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SaveDir saves the file list of any directory or folder to a text file, a feature that the Windows Explorer unfortunately doesn't have. The display of the file list is alike to the good old DOS command DIR. The name of the file, the size of the file in byte and date and time of the file are shown. You may filter a certain file name suffix. You can choose, if hidden files or if system files are shown. SaveDir supports two languages, english and german. Why is SaveDir useful. Well, the important directories and sub-directories of the Windows system should be saved as a contents table in regularity. That's the way to get control about the files, an application setup added to the Windows system directory. Let's hope, that you will never find a file, which doesn't belong to your system, like a virus. Are you interested, how many files your browser left after visiting the Internet. You may use SaveDir to add a table of contents to your self-made CD-Rs.
License Free
File Size 1.67 MB
Version 1
Operating System Windows Me Windows NT Windows 95 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows 98 Windows
System Requirements Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
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