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STG FolderPrint Plus

Visual Management of Disk Space Usage

$21.95
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Platforms: Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP or Vista
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Have you ever tried to figure out how much disk space a particular file or folder takes up? It's not that easy! Sure, you can always see how the file size of a single file, but when it comes to looking at collections of multiple files, you're looking at popping open the attributes of each one, one by one, over and over, and adding up the disk space in your brain. That's why STG FolderPrint Plus is so useful.

STG FolderPrint Plus allows you to visually see how much disk space each of your files and folders consumes, and it does so with pretty pretty fonts and colors. One quick glance will let you know immediately that you download WAY TOO MANY JPGs, or that you download WAY TOO MANY MP3 files, and you can take action accordingly. The secret to STG FolderPrint Plus is its ability to represent each file or folder as a percentage of the total amount of disk space taken up by its parent directory.

As with any great program, you can customize your view in STG FolderPrint Plus with any configuration of colors, fonts, columns, and sorting options, with additional support for extra information for your ZIP, WMA, and MP3 files. You can filter by file size, dates, and content, choosing to include or exclude based on these criteria. For those big file renaming jobs, you'll be happy to know that STG FolderPrint Plus is fully capable of renaming multiple files in a single pass.

Best of all, you can use STG FolderPrint Plus to export your folders to documents (Text), databases (CSV), Excel, PDF, images (JPG, PNG) or web pages (HTML). Those of you who have ever tried to print a list of folders know how much of a benefit this feature can be!

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Bob R Does this allow you to display files in a list (and then sort, delete, etc.), even though they are contained in different folders and subfolders?
Jun 25 2009 at 3:35pm Copy Link
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Luiz Marques Yes. You'd need to turn Only Files mode on - it's the second checkbox on the Basic pane.
Starglider Systems - Jun 25 2009 at 3:47pm Copy Link
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Bob R Thank you. That's an important, distinctive feature - I haven't found that any of the Explorer-type replacements offer this functionality.

Bob R.
Jun 25 2009 at 3:54pm Copy Link
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