Both Filecats Standard and Filecats Professional use Microsoft Excel to present their analysis of your files and folders. But why should you prefer Excel to using a custom program, one contained within a cataloguing interface? Let’s have a look at a few of the reasons: Familiar interface Because Excel is a program that you probably use every day, there is […]Read more
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Software for Windows, with or without Microsoft Excel File management is one of hardest things to organise on your computer, and harder on a network where multiple people may have access to the same files but with different ideas of where they should be stored and how they should be named. In order to maintain your filing structure, you first […]Read more
Identifying hidden and system files Filecats has proven to be a valuable tool to solve problems on Windows PCs. Filecats Standard was used on a computer where a virus had apparently deleted all of the user’s files from its hard disk. (You could also use Filecats Professional, Filecats Explore or Filecats Metadata to get the same results.) However, when a catalog […]Read more
Our programs can catalogue 400,000 files in 11 minutes, and Filecats Professional and Filecats Metadata can catalog 100,000 files while exporting additional document properties – see the video below for information. Speed is dependent on the speed of the computer, and the type of interface. An internal hard disk can be read significantly faster than a network drive, and a network […]Read more
Easy to start cataloging Our programmes are very easy to use. Filecats Standard, Filecats Explore and Filecats Properties take just two clicks from Windows Explorer to catalog all your files, and Filecats Professional and Filecats Metadata take just a few clicks more. There is no separate program to open in the Start menu. If you are already in Windows Explorer, […]Read more
Searches Windows Explorer is not a strong tool for searching for files and folders. It makes you constantly go up and down its hierarchy of folders in search of that one file. You’re not able to easily save your searches as an archive. It’s not able to easy annotate your searches, and It’s not being able to send someone else […]Read more