The file is the basic unit of data storage on most computers. Software itself is stored in files, data for that software is stored in files, data handled by software is stored in files. This category contains links dedicated to the software for organizing, comparing, sorting, searching, compressing, and otherwise dealing with files in general. The "file management" programs that do this are also sometimes just called "utilities", because all this is a fairly abstract concept.
Shell extension for the Windows Explorer, which allows users to quickly rename multiple files. utility transforms the often tedious and time-consuming task of renaming multiple files into a simple matter of seconds. Plugin version for the Macintosh Finder is available.
Advanced software tool that both measures and monitors disk I/O operations up at the application level upon an individual, specific file basis. Includes support for various file export formats and process-based file I/O access and performance metrics. [Win 2000/XP/2003/Vista]
Improves the standard file dialogs of Windows Open/Load/Save with new features. Automatically resize all that file dialogs and will be possible to have a history of recently used files and folders and a list of favorites.
Access most recent and favorite folders directly from the standard File Open and File Save dialog boxes, as well as Explorer, WinZip and WinRAR. Can also automatically resize file dialogs, switch to the details view and set keyboard focus to the file list.
It cleans all areas of the Windows operating system, including unnecessary files, Internet clutter as well as the physical memory. Cleans and defrags the computers memory. Download trial version, provides free 24 hours support.
Rename all the files in the specified directory and specified subdirectories so that filenames containing Cyrillic letters are changed to the filenames with Latin letters only. [Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP]
Free document management tool to organize data the way it is perceives. Gather data under one heading even though it is spread across multiple servers around the globe accessed by different methods and is on multiple file systems. It can view over 300 file formats. [Windows 95/98/NT/2000]