It's what Windows Explorer should have been along with a big bunch of feature including a really great search capability....for files, for folders over the path, the drives and e-mail. You can capture, save and print a list of files, folders...it's great in my experience
Believe you can download a free version up to PowerDesk 6 to check and or a current version with a trial period.
Give it a try and let us know.
I finally have to give up on a 21 year old program that has been the mainstay of my search tools. The program was called Magellan and you could point it at a folder and all the sub folders under it, and it would index every word in them.
I could then search by just typing a text string, and it would go to the first hit in the first document that matched the string in the folder and I can hit the Plus key and it just moves on to find the same string again in the current or another file .....it keeps going until it is at the end of the directory.
Very handy when looking up technical info that has been saved over time.
I really need to find something that can do the same sort of search. Must have auto Word wrap on Txt files as well.
I don't need it to be free, I just need something that will do this.
I have looked at a number of text editors with search capability but can't seem to find anything close...they won't move from file to file or only show part of a document..not the whole thing ...stopping just at the string I have entered.
The old program can also see inside Zip files as if there were just another set of files in the folder, and will search through them, as well as any DOC or XLS (or many other formats...though 20 years old) and if it finds a match just bring up the document so I can read it.
Anyone know of a tool that will do this. I really want to start using Windows 7 64bit but am stuck with 32bit until I find a replacement for this.