You have a lot of files on your computer and you need a clear overview preferably in CSV format of all files or only of files with certain properties? Here are some examples of how and for which application scenarios you can use FileList!
Do you need a list of all files for a directory branch that also contains the most important metadata in CSV format? FileList creates it with one single command! Later, you can process the list in other software, such as Excel, or import it into a database.
FileList \\Server\Documents > ListOfFiles.csv
With FileList you can quickly and easily create a list of all Office documents. Do you want to know the author of the documents? FileList provides the answer! In addition, you can also display the user who last saved the document. The result is a clean CSV file.
FileList /INCLUDE *.docx;*.xlsx;*.pptx /USECOLUMNS FullPath,Authors,Document.LastAuthor \\Server\Documents > OfficeDocuments.csv
You want to know which files have a path with more than 255 characters?
FileList generates the list and displays the complete path, the length and the owner of the file!
FileList /MINPATHLENGTH 255 /USECOLUMNS FullPath,PathLength,Owner D:\
What pictures are stored on your smartphone and how big are these? FileList provides you with a list of all photos from your phone and also shows their size in pixels.
FileList /INCLUDE *.jpg /USECOLUMNS FullPath,Image.Dimensions “This PC\MyMobile\Phone\DCIM\Camera”
And what is YOUR use case of FileList? How do you use our handy tool? Send us an email at: email@example.com