Broken X Disk Manager is a comprehensive yet easy-to-use application designed to provide an efficient method to catalog and arrange your documents, images, CDs, or different folders, store them locally on the computer, and password-protect them from uninvited individuals. Configure your database using an intuitive layout It's wrapped in a neatly structured and clean interface that displays a file browser on the left side of the window, only after reading the disk, and a more detailed view of the content, on the right. For a simpler look, you can disable various bars, from the menu. To start, make a new database, and then choose the mode you want: read an entire disk, an image (e.g. ISO, IMG, CUE), or an inserted CD/DVD.
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Each record and folder can be secured with a custom password, and edited with descriptions, categories or extra info, to identify them easily. It's possible to look for duplicates and delete them, as well as search for particular files, using various criteria, such as date, size, title, or group. What's more, you have the option to clean up specific items and directories you don't need anymore.
However, pay attention to each step, as removed records can't be retrieved. Customize the menu's appearance and export the data From the menu, the tool lets you change the appearance, by hiding different toolbars, and by switching between small or large icons, thumbnails, or list. In addition, from options, you can configure general and advanced settings to best fit your preferences. The database may be exported to BXD or XML file formats. To sum it up The bottom line is that Broken X Disk Manager is a reliable and accessible program created to offer an easy method to catalog your personal and work-related documents, folders or whole disks, and manage it efficiently. It's recommended to take a bit of time to get familiarized with its functions.
EDIT See for a list of over 200 Catalogers compiled by Crush Here is a short list of disc cataloguers, their websites and related threads in DC. They are listed in alphabetical order with screenshots and info for the better, or better known ones. But this shorter list is not very scientific, so if you're looking for recommendations it's probably best to read through the couple of pages and see what people say If you make any suggestions I will probably add them to the longer list-post #2 below.
Feel free to add visuals to your post If anyone want to do a review/reviews they're welcome to use this if it's any help. [Prices as of March 2007, Euro prices hopefully include VAT but unfortunately this often not clarified until you order] PROGRAMMEs: in alphabetical order Analinx Filookup [$20] List of disc catalogers Advanced CATaloguer/Pro [$40_basic-personal/$60_pro-personal basic-commercial/$65_pro-commercial. Euro=dollar for euro price!] Listed as Shareware at Snapfiles List of disc catalogers Advanced Disk Catalog [$20/€14/£10/ 30day trial - not full] List of disc catalogers Advanced Disk Catalog hasn't been updated since 2004. It has many good features but lack some basic ones.
Like being able to copy the name of a file in the database. One important feature for these tools is database import/export capabilities so any info on that would be appreciated. Advanced Disk Catalog hasn't been updated since 2004.
It has many good features but lack some basic ones. Like being able to copy the name of a file in the database. I have made a AutoHotKey script to get around that, so if someone else is using ADC and wants to copy filenames then check this out. It puts the name of the selected disc/folder/file in the clipboard when middle mouse button is clicked. The script exits automatically when Advanced Disk Catalog is closed. Thanks wyrwolf sounds good - doesnt require installation any chance of screenshot showing the search possibilities?
Or, any pros/cons? From the website: Function of fast disk's images creation (one click on a disk) Search of files, disks and folders on a mask, parts of a name, to the comment, type, date or the size. The auto-description text and mp3 files, an opportunity of addition of comments to disks, files and folders. The program does not require installation, can be transferred on CD/Flash together with your disc collection. The debtors of discs account, function of a reminder.
Own database engine (fdb). For work of the program it is not necessary established MS Office or others DBMS. Tuning of the interface, multilanguage interface support (english, ukrainian, spanish, french, russian) and an opportunity of language modules' addition. I've been using Whereisit for years.
I use it to catalog my hd backups, and my current HDs. I also use it to catalog every cd and dvd I've burned. So far I've used it to catalog over 4500 cds. I can load ALL those catalogs and search through them and in a matter of minutes locate almost anything I want from a font file to a game executable I played 12 years ago. It's stable, fast, and the author keeps it up to date all the time.
I paid for it about ten years ago and have had to pay for an upgrade only once. The thing has so many neat bells and whistles that it would be worthy of an in depth review if someone (not me) had the time to do it. It searches inside archive files (or not), comes with tons of customizable file-type filters, and indexes across networks, etc. But most of all it is ELEGANTLY coded. The program settings and features are logical, well organized, and accessible. If I were teaching a utility-writing class at a university, I would use this program above all others to demonstrate how it should be done. Please note that I am writing this from the perspective of an END USER not a coder.
I do not code. But with 22 years of daily computer use behind me, I can tell when I have fallen in love with a program that is worthy of recommendation.
For those that care about this kind of thing.the program was written in Delphi. Thanks for reading this. Peter McGovern. Dunno from their website Ability to catalog any storage devices accessible from Windows environment.
Ability to catalog individual folders on disks. Automatic extraction of archive file descriptions when scanning a disk. Scanning archives contents and adding archives to the catalog as folders. Support of ZIP, RAR, SFX RAR and multipart RAR archives. Automatic extraction of mp3, html file descriptions when scanning a disk.
Retrieval of Audio CD track names from Internet CD database (freedb.org). Support of non-file items: it is enabling you to catalog your books, videos or even postage stamps and coins! Individual comments for each item: disk, folder or file. Ability to manage your collection between virtual folders using Drag'n'Drop. Each item is associated with a set of keywords to increase the search relevancy.
The catalog can be searched by file name, comment and keywords, date and size. (NEW) Powerful search functionality: ability to use AND, NOT, OR operators and wildcards. Ability to search the entire catalog or an individual disk.
Ability to find duplicates by all or any of the search criteria. When the disk data is updated, the previously entered comments and keywords are preserved. Ability to delete from the catalog the unnecessary files and folders.
Handy management of the lent disks. Ability to export and import parts of collection and the list of contacts.
Zip Code List By Dma. Ability to generate reports. Ability to generate HTML reports for sending to someone, publishing on the Web or printing. Ability to export any folder to.CSV file (comma separated values) for opening catalog in MS Excel or other applications. Ability to automatically open the last catalog when the application is started. Thanks Cynic, I missed that. WinCatalog 'Standard' (non-free version) has following advantages - -Support of ZIP, RAR, SFX RAR and multipart RAR archives. -Support of non-file items: it is enabling you to catalog your books, videos or even postage stamps and coins!
-Ability to manage your collection between virtual folders using Drag'n'Drop. -(NEW) Powerful search functionality: ability to use AND, NOT, OR operators and wildcards. -Ability to find duplicates by all or any of the search criteria. -Ability to generate reports. -Ability to generate HTML reports for sending to someone, publishing on the Web or printing.