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Posted 07 July 2007 - 02:34 PM
MaxLister is a free application which allows you to create virtual images of harddrives, floppy disks, CD-ROMs or other removable media. This is useful if you want to keep track of that vast CD collection, a problem that a lot of people come across these days. With MaxLister, you can save any drive or folder to a .MXL-file - a database file - and later browse and search it in a Windows Explorer interface. You can import new folders/filenames from another MXL-file if you want to keep different drives in a common file. You can also batch search through a multiple number of MXL-files so that you don't have to load every single file and then repetedly search through them; looking for that particular filename. The MXL file also contains filesizes, and a comment so that you can personalize your information about the drive. If you don't want to create a viewable database, you can choose to store your drive information in a plain text file - easy to view and share with people who don't already have MaxLister. The plain text formats are separated in 3 different layouts: Collapsed, Folders only and Folders and Filenames.
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