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Directory Classifier 2.4

View a customizable listing of the contents for any directory on your computer.


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Total downloads: 156
  • Last Updated: Feb 12, 2009
  • License: Shareware $18
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No Special Requirements

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For Directory Classifier 2.4Publisher's description


Directory Classifier is a System Utilities software developed by Adolix. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Directory Classifier:

BSEditor: Directory Classifier lets you view a customizable listing of the contents for any directory on your computer. You can easily save the folder listing as TXT or PDF file. The Directory Classifier listing can be saved as a file that can be imported into most popular spreadsheets and database applications. Directory Classifier can also process information contained within a folder's subfolders. A wide range of options are available to allow you customize your listing, including font style and size. Directory Classifier also allows you to specify what detailed information to list, as well as to apply filters to limit the files that are included in the output list. There are also a lot of settings for the generated PDF files, including PDF Security (passwords, permissions). PaGE orientation, fonts and colors can also be modified.


first Directory Lister with PDF capabilities
predefined filters for music, pictures, movies and documents.

PDF file Protection with password

output fields management like indent or space between specification

"Run Directory Classifier here" option in Windows Explorer to immediately Print Directory
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