FileTiger general info
FileTiger 1.32 Dual-Window Synchronizer and backup tool for 32-bit Windows(XP, Me, 98/SE, 2000). Emphasizes speed, by providing two folders side by side, for moving, copying, backing up, and getting organized. From Science Translations Software.
Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP Platform :
1.5 MbFile Size :
Free to try; $29 to buy License :
April 16, 2006 Date Added :
FileTiger Full Description
FileTiger is a high-power dual-window file synchronizer and backup tool. Most file backups consist of two operations:
1) Looking at files, including examining their contents, changing storage details like file names and dates, and exploring directory trees.
2) Moving the files between two folders or directories, including copying, copying only newer or missing files, and creating archives (backups and ZIP files).
FileTiger is designed to do these things easily. All the buttons on the FileTiger screen are mirrored left-to-right, so you can always see where your files are, and where you're going to put them.
New in version 1.3: New wild card renaming for digital photos makes it easy to add event descriptions to sets of numbered pictures. Folder paths can now be copied to the clipboard, to make entering locations easier in programs that won't browse to a file. The number of files that can be opened or edited at once can be limited, and is user-controllable. Full HTML help has been added. Directory lister feature can place a full DOS-style filelist on the clipboard.
New in version 1.2: Copies filenames to the clipboard, with or wilthout their full paths. Read file to clipboard-- can now handle many bitmap graphics formats, in addition to text files. Edit as text--can now send up to 10 files for editing simultaneously. Add Masks-- (Shortcut: F9) now remembers up to ten masks from previous sessions. Added support for CDRW disks with packet software, such as Direct-CD. Tree Copy now displays skipped filenames during a backup. The file masks list now changes color to blue if any mask other than *.* is used.
Why a Tiger? It takes a FileTiger to organize a pack rat... FileTiger is from Science Translations Software, selling software worldwide since 1991. ASP Member.
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