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WinCatalog 2017 Professional

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Platforms: Windows: Windows 10 (as a desktop app), Windows 8(.1), Windows 7, Windows Vista or XP SP3
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Are your files scattered across DVD-Rs, HDDs, NAS-drives, CD-Rs, flash cards, memory sticks, and zip disks?

Do you have troubles in finding and organizing your files?

WinCatalog 2017 Professional makes it simple to catalog and search various media for files, documents, PDF, video, images, RAW files and music no matter where they're stored!

Please note folks, the new WinCatalog 2017 Professional is the most powerful version of WinCatalog to date! It uses an ultra-fast database engine at its core and can open collections of any size in seconds! In addition, WinCatalog 2017 Professional can now store picture thumbnails inside the collection files! It can also grab thumbnails from video files, for PDF-files and from RAW images (in addition to regular JPEGs, PNGs, etc).

WinCatalog 2017 Professional creates and maintains a database containing relevant information about all files stored on your removable media. It can extract tags from JPEG photos, MP3 files and other audio formats, it can scan inside ZIP, RAR (including RAR5), 7zip archives and can even retrieve Audio CD track names from the Internet.

Collectors take note: WinCatalog 2017 Professional can be easily adapted for non-digital items. Catalog your books, videos, or even postage stamps and coins!

The latest version introduces a new feature User Defined Fields. It allows to add any text fields to files and items description - you can use those fields for searching and sorting your files and any other items. Besides, you can add any picture to an item (file) description. It also introduces the following: the scanning algorithm has been completely renewed, the speed of scanning a disk has been greatly increased and the process of updating a catalog has been renewed and works mush faster.

All this combined with the powerful report generator makes WinCatalog 2017 Professional the best cataloger for beginning and advanced users, and everyone in between. Please note folks: Since the previous promo, WinCatalog 2017 Professional adds an ability to generate XML reports and to export Thumbnails and Icons into HTML reports.

In addition to other cool features, WinCatalog 2017 Professional has command line support for most used operations, Zip compression for backups of the collection files, synchronization report (it displays which items were added, removed or changed since last disk scan).

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Michael Rusakov If you were unable to purchase WinCatalog via ShareIt for some reason, please try the following:

1. Delete cookies and cache from the internet browser
2. Close all windows of the browser
3. Open the browser and retry the order

If this does not work, please try another browser and provide us with
the name and version of the browser where it did not work in order to
investigate further. - Mar 11 2014 at 7:31pm Copy Link
Tortuga @Charlotte, Hi :D
No problem!! I understand pesky deadlines.
If I can be of any help, just ask. Though ... I'm not an expert on *anything/nothing/nada*
Sometimes I just click & cross my fingers ;)
But you should follow the links the Dev posted, I'm sure it will help.
The crux of the thing is, if you are looking for that album you ripped 8months ago, w WinCatalog you'll know it's on HDD#4 or DVD#16 or FlashDrive Blue or "HDD Stuff to Dispatch". It's rather brilliant, really!!
The other day, I had to go through 12G of data scattered through 4 externals, 2 Sticks, 3bkups just to find ONE darn file. Twas EXASPERATING!! Specially that I'm quite organized, so of course loosing an entire folder was just out of the question!! So it was very very frustrating!! Had I completed the scans I was supposed to do (grrrr), I wd hv saved myself MANY stressing hours!! *sigh*
Anyway, I'm sure you will find many useful ways this apps can help :)
Dec 30 2014 at 12:07am Copy Link
Michael Rusakov Hello again, all registration keys have been sent out. If you did not receive your registration key, please email to us (to and we will re-send your key to you asap. Thank you! - May 28 2015 at 12:37am Copy Link
Oli User Hi Michail, thank you very much for your response (06.29.2016) regarding RAW files processing. But allow one more question: is this big problem to accelerate/to speed up recording of RAW files on CDs/DVDs, (as well on XPSP3)?
I think, that just THIS feature will fire your WinCatalog on the Nr.1 place among all photographers.
Try to think about it!
Jul 1 2016 at 7:42am Copy Link
Michael Rusakov @Oli User, thank you for the feedback, it helps us to focus on features that real people need. We will schedule now to try accelerating the RAW files processing feature. Thanks again! - Jul 1 2016 at 8:13pm Copy Link
Michael Rusakov @Oli User, thank you for your comment, we will schedule the optimization round for the RAW module in order to investigate what can be improved in terms of speed. - Apr 13 2017 at 12:26am Copy Link
Michael Rusakov @PortablesFan, thank you! I will add +1 to the portability feature in our wishes list.

Concerning the non-digital items. Unfortunately, WinCatalog can't scan and take bar codes or ISBNs for books. All the non-digital cataloguing is implemented via the Custom Items feature. You can assign thumbnails and as many text fields as you wish, to these items, but, unfortunately, WinCatalog does not provide any automation for this process. You have to do all these things manually.

To add a custom item, please click the purple pyramid icon in the Adding section of the the Ribbon toolbar. - Apr 13 2017 at 12:31am Copy Link
Mappi75 @Michael

Can you put it on the wishlist too?

TeraCopy/FastCopy/Ultracopier/Supercopier4 support ?

So copying is much more flexible than Windows Copy.
Sep 29 2017 at 8:13am Copy Link
Michael Rusakov @Mappi75, I will add this feature to the wishes list, but I cannot promise that it will be released. It should get some more votes first (when we receive similar suggestions, we add +1 to the features that are already in the wishes list). This helps us focus on most wanted features. Hope you understand. - Sep 29 2017 at 9:59am Copy Link
Mappi75 @Michael thanks for the info!
Oct 24 2017 at 3:01am Copy Link
Jim Hampton Ok, while this is a very good program for "finding stuff" it has some major annoyances.

Absolutely keyboard unfriendly. Good lord, you would think you could hit oh say CONTROL F and be in the search bar, no, mouse click, mouse BS.

You've found a file, say it's a jpg, wouldn't it be so nice to just use the ENTER key instead of right click, execute?

Constant 4-5% CPU load on intel I7-7700K CPU. I had to do some system snooping and it would appear the program is doing disk stuff, but what I'm not exactly sure.

Please, please make this keyboard friendly, make it so if i took a hammer to the mouse I could use the program fully. I cannot believe that the programmer almost went out their way to retard the usefulness of the program.

And this one completely blows my mind, you can ONLY update one drive at a time. If you right click on the "main" header, no update option exists. You cannot select multiple drives to be updated - one at a time.

And yes, I did buy it.
Apr 16 at 7:00pm Copy Link
Michael Rusakov @Jim Hampton, thank you for the comments!

Using WinCatalog you can customize all the keyboard shortcuts you use, please run WinCatalog, click the Catalog button (left from the Main tab of the Ribbon toolbar), and then click Options.

Follow to the Customize page, and then click the Customize button next to the "Keyboard shortcuts" label. In the Categories please select Main, this will show the list of commands from the Main category. Then please find the New Search command in the list of commands. Click into the "Press new shortcut key" field and press CTRL+F. If the combination isn't assigned to another command, it may be selected. Click Assign to save it. Please make the same for other commands: Execute, Open in Explorer, Copy to Physical Drive, etc.

> Constant 4-5% CPU load on intel I7-7700K CPU

This is a known issue and it is addressed to the GUI library we use, but we found a way to significantly reduce that CPU consumption, the fix will be available in WinCatalog 2018 (it will be released in a week or so).

> And this one completely blows my mind, you can ONLY update one drive at a time.

If you select a few drives, you can make a right mouse click and then click Update, WinCatalog will update the drives one-by-one. The only possible interruption is the Update Report, but if you unmark the option to show it, WinCatalog will update the selected drives with no interruptions. - Apr 29 at 9:59pm Copy Link
Jim User Thank you for the reply. Yes, on your facebook page another user advised me about the keyboard shortcuts, but it still falls short as you still have to use the mouse and click on the search text box, so no real advantage and not to mention you will have miles of "new search tabs" opening.

I would even be happy if I could go control F and then hit the tab key to get in the text search box, but that fails. There is no logical tab order in the program.

Ok, so some kind of bug but you have resolved it,

How do you select multiple drives? One would assume it would be hold the control key down and then "touch" the drive with the left click of the mouse (windows standard), but I've tried that, holding the shift key down and selecting say the top drive and then say 2 drives below it, but the left click always clears any previously selected drive and selects only the drive you have last clicked, regardless if the shift or control keys are held down.

These may seem petty, but I'm old, I've used DOS, I have no reliance on the mouse, but this program makes the mouse absolutely mandatory.
Apr 30 at 3:51pm Copy Link
Michael Rusakov Hello Jim, please check the latest version (WinCatalog 2018: ), one of the improvements was the focusing to the edit box when you open a new search tab. Thank you for your help! You can select several entries in WinCatalog by holding the CTRL key and clicking the entries, or SHIFT and arrows (just like in any standard Windows application). Please note, that you cannot select more than one entry in the tree view, the multiselection is only available in the grid view. - May 31 at 9:57pm Copy Link

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