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Snap2HTML v2.12
Snap2HTML v2.12 Snap2HTML takes a "snapshot" of folder structures on your harddrive and saves as HTML files. What's unique about Snap2HTML is that the HTML file uses modern techniques to make it feel more like a "real" application, similar to Windows Explorer, displaying a treeview with folders that you can click to view the files contained within (see example output). There is also a built in file search. Still, everything is contained in a single HTML file that you can easily store or distribute. Features: Create folder listings and save as HTML One HTML file contains everything Listings with file explorer "look and feel" Built in search functionality Export file listings as plain text, JSON or CSV Link listings to the real files Sortable columns with filename, date and size Unicode support Automation via command line Portable Free Open Source Software Example Output (Click here for live demo) Exported file listings can be used in many ways. Here are some examples that I have found useful, but you can probably come up with your own ideas! Keep file listings as a complement to your backups (note however that this program does not backup your files! It only creates a list of the files and directories). Keep a list of the files on external HDDs and other computers in case you need to look something up and don't have access to right now. Save file listing for historic or nostalgic reasons, or for documentation. When helping your friends with their computer problems you can ask them to send ...
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