Surprisingly enough, this utility is portable, which means that you are not required to go through the installation process anymore. Aside from that, it is not going to add new items to the Windows registry or the hard drive, as installers usually do, and it is not going to leave any traces behind after its removal.
It is important to also keep in mind that by moving the program files to an external data device, you make it possible to run Filelist Creator on any machine you have been granted access to, with just a click of the button.
Configuring settings, generating lists and saving both items to HDD
It is possible to upload directories with the help of a file browser, as well as the “drag and drop” function. All containing items are going to be displayed in the main window along with name, format, type, size, and last accessed date and time.
You should know that you can choose which types of details should be inserted in your list with the help of checkboxes. To be more accurate, you can append name, format, Windows file type, size, created date, attribute (hidden or read-only) associated apps, path and checksums. Moreover, you can customize aspects regarding appearances, such as data order, group lists and delimiters.
Once all these configurations have been set up, you can copy the resulted list to the Clipboard, as well as save it to the hard drive, in a TXT, CSV, GIF, JPG, BMP or HTM format. Furthermore, the settings can also be saved to a custom location, so that you can use them at a later date.
To sum up, Filelist Creator is an efficient piece of software, and a good choice for people interested in generating file lists according to the contents of particular directories. All tasks are performed swiftly, it does not hamper the computer’s performance and there are sufficient options to keep you busy for quite a while.
Reviewed by Madalina Boboc on April 1st, 2014
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Application descriptionFor the various occasions, lists of files are required: perhabs you need an index of some files on a CD, you would lik...