Directory Lister Pro for PC
Print and Export the Contents of Any Directory
You know what should be really simple to do, but isn't? Printing out directory lists! It's not something you really think about until you need to, but when you do, prepare to get frustrated and waste a lot of time taking screenshots, scrolling, taking more screenshots, printing, and so on!
Here's where Directory Lister Pro steps in! It lets you save and print lists of files from selected folders on hard disks, CDs, DVDs, floppy disks, USB flash drives, and network shares. Even better, you can email these lists to yourself, or export them as HTML, text or CSV formatted files!
You can print as much or as little info as you need, including file name, extension, file type, owner, and attributes. Depending on the type of files that are in the directory, you can also include information such as track, title, artist, and album for music files, and frames per second for video files. Microsoft Office files get their own unique set of columns as well! The look and feel of the output is completely customizable.
If you're only looking for specific files and folders, you can limit what Directory Lister Pro displays by using filters for filename, date, size, or attributes. You can even use Directory Lister Pro to find the largest files and folders on your hard drive! Best of all, you can integrate Directory Lister Pro right into the context menu for Windows Explorer, giving you easy one click access to directory listings!
For web work, Directory Lister Pro really shines. In HTML format, your directory file lists can contain live links to actual files and directories, so visitors can click through to get more information. Change background colors, set styles for header, directory rows, odd and even rows, even the surrounding frame!
This promotion includes the following:
Directory Lister Pro ($20.30)
Directory Lister Enterprise ($34.30)
Review Written by Derek Lee
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