Basu Technology Releases Version 1.3 of Inspector F - an Enhanced Desktop File Manager with Powerful Organizing Features to Manage Hard Drive Clutter
Basu Technology’s Inspector F enables computer users faced with gigabytes of files stored on their hard drives to organize, find and reuse the content of their electronic files just like they would their paper files. Using the features that already exist in documents, users can create virtual folders or re-folder them in filing cabinets, and libraries. Use online and bulk edits, filter and group to find, archive, publish and assemble documents and organize or refolder them on the fly.
An innovative application, Inspector F features the ability to take a snapshot of all of the meta-data of all of the files on a drive, folder or sub-folder. View and use the data on screen or export to Excel, Access, Word or XML. Inspector F can also inspect Outlook PST files and extract attachments. It has been designed for the ordinary user and uses the familiar Windows environment.
With the release of Version 1.3, Inspector F introduces a set of brand-new power tools for organizing and managing desktop files. Create virtual folders based on any field of meta-data and quickly organize files in any number of ways—without making copies or changing their location.
Powerful on-line and bulk edit features and ‘Re-foldering’ add valuable functions in Version 1.3 such as ‘QuickFind’—a desktop icon that links selected documents for quick retrieval. This version also includes new tools for archiving selected files, publishing document library information, assembling documents for projects and much more.
In the latest version of Inspector F, the basic meta-data gathering and handling features have been enhanced with additional WMF data sets, improved filtering, custom data handling and on-screen editing. A new online tutorial is also available.
For additional product information or to download a free fully functional 30 day trial version visit our site at www.inspectorf.com. Check out the online tutorial. Web based support is prompt and free to registered users.