The program prints directory, CD or DVD listings or saves them as HTML, XML or CSV. It adds itself to the Windows Explorer context menu and allows printing with 3 clicks. Easy to use. Fully customizable. Report folder sizes and disk quotas.
Version: 3.1The program prints directory listings or saves them as an HTML, XML, or CSV file, which you can send by email or publish to the web. It adds itself to the Windows Explorer context [right mouse button] menu and can make and print listings with a couple of mouse clicks. User has total control over the output: you can specify not only which columns will be printed, but also their order and width.
License: Free To Try $29.95
Operating System: Windows
In addition to the standard pieces of information, such as file name, size, or modification date, Art Directory Print can also extract other data, for example, HTML titles, MP3 ID3 tags, image information, EXIF data, file hashes, etc. Program comes with a comprehensive file filter: by name (both include and skip), by date, by size, and by attributes. You can select a level of the recursive folder processing ranging from the non-recursion to the infinite one.
Also you can order lists by file name, size, modification date, or other criteria in the ascending or descending order. You can define the look: colors, fonts, and some other adjustable options. Art Directory Print can show recursive folder sizes, as well as real disk space occupied, and hence system administrators can use the program as a disk usage tool. Hyperlinking makes it possible to create playlists.