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DisCatalog 3.00.464

Archivieren Datenträger mit Vorschau: CD, DVD, MP3, Fotos, Speichercards.


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  • Last Updated: Feb 10, 2012
  • License: Demo $29.95
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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

BSEditor: With DisCatalog you can Catalog all your disks regardless of which kind of storage medium: hard disks, CDs, DVDs, Audio-CDs, MP3, digital cards like cards in digital cameras etc.

You can import an existing database of the previous version 2.0 directly. It's possible to catalog previews of every file: contents of Word-, Excel-files (e.g. docx, xlsx), thumbnails of pictures and photos (e.g. jpg), ID3-Tags of MP3-files. The search function will search within these previews, too. DisCatalog shows you the exact disk and depository where you find a file.

Get all title information of Music-CDs straight from Online-databases while cataloging. Separate your catalog into different categories for a better overview or use the file filter by file-type. Some categories and filters are already fixed, however you can create custom categories and filters.

You can write notes to every disk, folder or each single file. Create reports of your catalog or parts of it (overview, data disk, Details). These reports are basis for direct printing or exporting in different file formats like Word, Excel, Text-file, PDF, Rich Text.

The integrated tool for backup and restore prevents you to lose cataloged data.
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