Introduction to cataloging programs

Presenting Filecats, The Cataloguing programme.
Filecats creates a table of files, folders and subfolders, and more,
copied from Windows Explorer to a self-contained table.
In addition to a column for file names,
Filecats Explore adds a hyperlink to the file,
and to the folder,
columns for file size, path ,
and created, last written and last accessed dates.
But how does it work?
Here we have a list of files and folders in Windows Explorer.
We can only see the contents of one folder at a time.
And here we have the same list in a table.
You can create this table in two clicks.
Filecats Explore is as easy as that.
It really is as fast as this.
Because it is an open-box system,
you can also copy and paste it into your favourite applications,
and so you can even email your catalogue to others.
You can easily sort by any column.
You can filter – for example, to see only Word documents.
And you can create powerful analyses
with just two clicks from inside the programme.
For example,
how many of each type of file do you have?
Or, how many files were modified per week?
And you can copy and paste these analyses into a Word document, email, or any other programme.
You can catalogue a hard drive in just two clicks.
You could create a permanent record of CDs, with ease. Fast and easy.
Want more?
Filecats Metadata for Windows 7 and 8 can also import document properties.
These includes things such as
who created the file, who last saved it,
how long a piece of music is, GPS data from photographs, and when an email was received, and much more.
All accessible.
Filecats Metadata allows you to investigate these document properties
for your advantage, saving you time and frustration.
It is an extremely powerful tool for harnessing the hidden depths of information you already have,
but may not know that you have, or which may be difficult for you to use.
If you have Microsoft Excel, we also have two additional programs,
Filecats Standard and Filecats Professional, which creates the same information in Microsoft Excel.
Try Filecats Explore or Filecats Metadata for free
or go to for more information
about Filecats Explore, Filecats Metadata, or more information about document properties.

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