File Folder Tree Viewer is a tiny application that you can use a generate a tree view from the files on your computer, and save it to a text document. This way, you can keep a track of your important files when cleaning your folders, for example.
This is a portable piece of software, so File Folder Tree Viewer does not come with an installation package. It means that you can save the tool to an external device (like a USB flash drive), store it on any computer and directly run its executable file.
Thus, you can always have File Folder Tree Viewer with you when you're on the go. What's more important is that no leftover items can be found on the hard drive or in the Windows Registry after deleting the program.
The interface of the application is based on a standard window. The 'what you see is what you get' principle certainly applies to File Folder Tree Viewer, since there are no features available, aside from the ones displayed in the main application window.
So, you can use the folder view to select a location from your computer, specify prefixes and/or suffixes for the filenames and folder names, as well as enable File Folder Tree Viewer to list file extensions and to open the output text document when the folder view is created.
The lightweight program runs on a low-to-moderate amount of CPU and system memory, is pretty responsive to commands, quickly creates a text file, and worked smoothly during our evaluation. No error dialogs have popped up and File Folder Tree Viewer did not freeze or crash. Thanks to its intuitive layout and overall simplicity, first-time users may quickly learn how to work with this app. Unfortunately, no recent updates have been made.