Moving files and documents on a computer is a very common task that can be carried out using the built-in Explorer application provided by Windows, or through a third-party file management utility. For such simple jobs, a program like file2folder GUI could be a possible solution as it is meant to automate transfers of multiple files.
Through a very simple and basic interface, this tool makes it possible to migrate and organize I the same time large numbers of items. Besides the simple operation mode, file2folder GUI features a very neat 'Undo' functionality that will help you restore everything to the initial state in case there's something wrong with the transfer.
In case you were wondering how exactly is this program moving the data, the explanation is quite simple and evident if you just peek at the live details that are presented in the main window. As soon as you choose the target location, file2folder GUI will analyze its content and create a separate folder for each file in the source then move that file inside the newly generated directory.
There is also a file2folder Monitor function you can use to have the data moved automatically at a specific time interval, more precisely after 180 seconds have passed. You can opt to skip multi-part files so you can handle them manually and also have the application close once the move is complete, but be aware that if this is checked, there will be no possibility to undo the operation.
An important think to note is that file2folder GUI will not be able to create directories if some with identical names already exist. Also, in case you have files of different extensions but bearing the same name, they will all be transferred into the same folder, so it is more easy to locate them.
Easy to use and quick in processing, file2folder GUI ca be a good solution for those who want to have their files kept in individual directories bearing the same name as the contained documents.