Software to keep track of my cd's and files


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Daryl Helwig

I just downloaded Catalog Max which catalogs any cd's, drives or other
storage media. With it I can search for a key word and learn which
media source it is stored on. This is a free version with some
features missing untill I pay for it.
Question...Are there any free programs out there that do the same type
of thing, but maybe better, that I can try out?
 
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Tiger

(e-mail address removed) (Daryl Helwig) wrote in
I just downloaded Catalog Max which catalogs any cd's, drives or
other storage media. With it I can search for a key word and learn
which media source it is stored on. This is a free version with
some features missing untill I pay for it.
Question...Are there any free programs out there that do the same
type of thing, but maybe better, that I can try out?
http://www.equi4.com/catfish.html
My personal favorite.
http://rvas.webzdarma.cz/
Scroll down about 3/4 and look for "cathy"
http://boozet.xepher.net/

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Tiger

"Zero is where the fun starts
There is too much counting everywhere else."
- Hafiz
 
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Björn Englund

Daryl Helwig said:
I just downloaded Catalog Max which catalogs any cd's, drives or other
storage media. With it I can search for a key word and learn which
media source it is stored on. This is a free version with some
features missing untill I pay for it.
Question...Are there any free programs out there that do the same type
of thing, but maybe better, that I can try out?
Broken Cross Disk Manager is my favorite

http://www.broken-cross.com/bcdm/phps/download.php?DlID=0

/Björn
 
A

Alan

Björn Englund said:
Broken Cross Disk Manager is a Shareware program for managing and
archiving disks under Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003.
Internet Explorer 4.0 or later is required.

The Demo version can catalog only 30 disks per database, but else it's
fully functional. It can open databases of any size, you may use it as a
free database viewer.
 
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Daryl Helwig

Thanks for the great links you guys. I'm gonna try them out now.
 
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