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DriveSort v1.242
DriveSort v1.242 DriveSort sorts the directory tables of a volume formatted in FAT12, FAT16 or FAT32. This sort orders the files on the disk according to a customizable order. Recent operating systems sort the files before showing them to the user, either by name, by size or by whatever the user choose. However, it is not always the case in embedded OSes on small portable devices like MP3 players. On these devices the lack of resources (CPU, memory) can lead their developers to make it display or play the files in the order in which they are on the disk. This order depends mostly of the order in which they were added to the disk, which is not convenient for the user. DriveSort can change this order to help such devices to play or view their files in the order you want, by putting them on the disk in a customizable order. DriveSort sorts files and folders according to various options available in the popup menu next to the sort icon. The order can then be saved to disk either folder by folder, or for all sub-folders. The comparison base: "Short name": sorts the files and directories according to the alphabetic order of their Short File Names [Default]. ( A file or directory on a FAT volume always has a short file name, which is the old MS-DOS 8.3 name format. It means that the name part of a filename must have at most eight characters, and its extension at most three. A file or dir can also have a long file name, which can be a bit longer than 250 characters, and supports Unicode characters. When a file name contains mixed case, or has one ...
5/5 3,139 Dec 21, 2021
Anerty's Lair
DropIt v8.5.1
DropIt v8.5.1 When you need to organize files, DropIt can eliminate much of the drudgery of searching and manually opening folders and moving files around. Drop a group of different files and folders on the floating DropIt image and it sorts them to defined destination folders, compresses or extracts them, opens them with associated programs or performs other defined actions. You can define how to filter your files (by name, directory, size, date, properties, content, regular expressions) and associate one of the 21 available actions to perform (Move, Copy, Compress, Extract, Rename, Delete, Split, Join, Encrypt, Decrypt, Open With, Print, Upload, Send by Mail, Create Gallery, Create List, Create Playlist, Create Shortcut, Copy to Clipboard, Change Properties and Ignore). You can also organize your associations in profiles and automatically scan monitored folders at a defined time interval to process included files. Feature List Drag-and-Drop Process files and folders simply dropping them on the target image Filter Files & Folders By name, directory, size, dates, properties, content or regular expressions Folder Monitoring Process files and folders automatically monitoring defined directories 21 Actions Automatically perform an action on matching files and folders Profiles Collect associations in profiles and assign an image to easily recognize it Comprehensive Path Support Support absolute paths, relative paths, UNC paths for shared folders Abbreviations Support internal, custom and system environment variables Alternative Usages Support SendTo and Command-Line to process files and folders Multi-language Available with multi-language interface Profile Encryption ...
5/5 3,488 Dec 21, 2021
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