Is your HDD a mess? Do you know what files and folders contain what data and media on your computer? If you don’t, you are not alone. It would be great if you could search through your HDD, SSD or NAS and locate duplicated files and folders without have to do it manually, wouldn’t it?
That is exactly what Xinorbis can do. Xinorbis is a simple but powerful hard disk, folder and storage analyser. It uses a mix of graphs, tables and tree displays to provide you with a complete overview of the contents of any hard disk, folder, removable drive or network drive.
Xinorbis lets you analyse the contents of hard disks, SSDs, folders or network folders, USB drives, memory cards or other removable storage.
Xinorbis has a powerful report engine that is capable of creating different report types including HTML, CSV, Text, Tree and XML.
Xinorbis stores a copy of its scan findings in the Folder History archive. Including a record of the properties of every file and folder in the scan.
Xinorbis comes equipped with a powerful search system, which includes parameters and functions for searching by file name, file size, date and time, category, file attributes and file owner.
Key Features Include:
- With Xinorbis you can analyse a single drive, folder or merge several together in one report.
- View file distribution by file type, location, attributes, size, user (owner) and date/time.
- Locate duplicate files (either by name or size).
- Save reports and tables for later comparison or for inclusion in other documents.
- In-built powerful search engine.
- Shell support, scan a directory through Windows Explorer.
- With Xinorbis you can easily see the contents, structure, file distribution and file composition of a whole hard disk, folder, or a mapped network drive. Xinorbis supports seamless integration with SQlite3 or ODBC for its Folder History data archive.
The following updates have been undertaken in this version of Xinorbis:
Fixed: Stupid bug that shows the name of all users during scan.
Added: Better opening screen. Select the scan path via folder tree.
Added: To tool menu, add Xinorbis to Windows context menus (for portable users only, installer does this already).
You can download Xinorbis from FileHippo.com, today.
[Image via Xinorbis]