WhereIsIt? 3.84 Build 715

 
 
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WhereIsIt
WhereIsIt - a program designed to be the best media cataloging tool available on the shareware market today


Where Is It? is a shareware program written for 32-bit Windows operating systems, designed to help users organize and maintain a catalog of computer media collection, including CD-ROMs, diskettes, audio CDs, DVDs, removable drives, hard drives, network drives or any other media that Windows can access as a drive

The most basic goal for Where Is It? is to provide access to the contents of any media you have from a cataloged database, even if the media itself is not available on the system - you can browse lists of files and folders, search by any criteria, use descriptions, thumbnails, categories, flags, etc

Where is it? is a successor of successful DOS program Floppy Master, extending its capabilities to new and larger media storage devices and providing even more comprehensive access to stored data

WhereIsIt can be used to handle any kind of data, including downloaded programs, magazine CD-ROMs, music collections like MP3s or audio CDs, graphics collections, document backups, etc

Where Is It? can handle lots of them, too, a couple hundreds or thousands disks in a catalog is nothing unusual, yet catalogs remain reasonably small, single-filed and easy to transfer or send to other users

You can also create more than one catalog, and at any time open and work with as many catalogs at once as needed

WhereIsIt is easy to use for both beginners and advanced users It features a familiar and well thought-out, Explorer-like user interface, combined with strong searching and reporting capabilities, multi-language support, automated description and thumbnails importing through extendable plugins from more than 70 different sources, and much more

Here are some key features of WhereIsIt

Suitable for beginners and advanced users
WhereIsIt was designed to be a very adjustable program with lots of options for power users, as well as quick and easy to use with predefined default settings and wizards for all those who don't want to get their hands dirty

Well thought-out user interface with multi-language support
WhereIsIt's user interface is one of its most praised qualities Easy to use, familiar Explorer-like user interface with clear overview of available functions, adjustable toolbar, columns to choose between, and extensive use of object menus right mouse click to let you quickly access command you need Want to see item's description or assigned thumbnail image? Just leave mouse pointer on it for a moment, it will popup as a tool-tip
Not just that, WhereIsIt's user interface can be used in any of the supported languages, dialogs will adjust to translated text Support for new languages can be downloaded in a form of small language files, or even created by users themselves by translating the program to a new language

Manageable catalog files
WhereIsIt doesn't use large and complex databases, all information is stored in a single catalog ctf file, easily transferable to another computer, a friend, a public forum as well as easy to backup Share your data the easy way Catalogs don't need to be installed in any way, they can just simply be opened in the program as document files, even on someone else's computer, while still retaining full functionality Internal catalog file structure is optimized for very efficient access and small total size, allowing fast searches and small memory footprint, even with very large catalogs For example, 30000 files and folders that's about five heavily populated CD-ROMs will result in a catalog file approximately
1 MB in size - details may vary, depending on data structure and selected scanning options

Detailed information about every file, folder, or disk
Every item in catalog includes detailed basic information about files and folders you would come to expect, like name, size, date, file attributes and similar, but WhereIsIt adds to that its own information it provides as a catalog program For example, every item can include up to 32 KB textual description, a small thumbnail image, you can assign items custom-defined, multi-level categories or flags, you can even assign them so-called alias names, under which are they known in catalog - for example, if the real file name is to cryptic When displayed in WhereIsIt, items can be colored according their type, assigned categories or flags All of those can be used to find items you are looking for, or just make browsing your disk images a lot simpler and more fun

Internal support for many compressed file formats
Many of the often used compressed file formats can be handled during media scan, including ZIP, ARJ, RAR, CAB, LHA/LZH, TAR, ARC, ACE, ZOO, GZIP, BZIP2, 7ZIP, CBZ, CBR, PAK, HA, JAR, SFX If so selected, compressed files can be presented as folders, showing their content inside Files compressed inside archives can be extracted right out from WhereIsIt to any folder, or they can be viewed or launched with associated program with one click

Automatic description and thumbnails importing
Description Plugins One of WhereIsIt most powerful features are description and thumbnail plugins, in charge of importing descriptions and images while media is being scanned and stored in the catalog This way, you can have your files and folders equipped with descriptions right after scanning completes Based on source type, descriptions are automatically attached either to files themselves, to their parent folders, other files in the folder, etc Standard description plugins handle importing from more than 60 file types and other sources, including files like File_iddiz, Description, 00indextxt, Filesbbs, they can browse and extract details from most documents, graphics and audio files, including MP3s sampling, play time, ID3 tags, Audio CDs CDDB database, Cdplayerini, MS Office documents, Adobe Acrobat files, executable files and fonts, and many many more Details about graphics files not only include their size and color depth, a small thumbnail can be imported in catalog as well, possibly together with digital camera info and other comments embedded inside
As if all this wouldn't be enough, there is even more - you can develop your own description and thumbnail plugins to handle additional types of sources and files WhereIsIt doesn't handle yet at this time, or you can download plugins others have written and made them available for others to use

Built-in media recognition system
WhereIsIt supports any media type Windows can access as drive, including diskettes, CD-ROMs, DVDs, removable disks like iomega Zip, hard disks, network drives etc It will recognize by name and collect useful data for most of them, too WhereIsIt is compatible with all Windows-supported file systems, including FAT, FAT32, and NTFS
WhereIsIt does not use drive letters to reference cataloged disks, it is able to recognize them by their key properties, like type, serial number, formatted capacity, and similar This way, it doesn't matter which drive your media is in, WhereIsIt will find it, even on some other computer over the network In the unlikely event that media changes that much that it can no longer be recognized for example, by reformatting it, you can still manually update its existing disk image in catalog

Powerful searching finds what you are looking for
WhereIsIt features a powerful multi-threaded searching, with detailed settings on what to search for, where to search and how to search Use either Quick Search to quickly find your items by name or description, or start up Advanced Search with Search Expression Editor, allowing you to write complex search queries using the full rich set of available search criteria and Boolean logic operators WhereIsIt provides quick shortcuts to search only in selected disks or folders, or you can search through previous search results or user list items, resulting in countless capabilities to combine multiple searches, narrow down results
Searching for duplicate items is in there, too, as well as comparing cataloged disk image to actual files on the media, and comparing cataloged disk images allows for tasks such as version tracking, if comparing disk images of the same media taken at different points in time

Professional report generator
Adjustable and professional report generator adds a final touch to your catalog collections Report generator is usually used together with extensive search capabilities or report wizard, allowing you to first collect the items you want in the report, while report generator handles processing items themselves, such as specifying layout and details to be included, optionally sorting and arranging items by their location etc Needless to point out, you can use the built in print preview, with adjustable zoom and full-screen capabilities
Report generator not only allows you to print your reports on your printer or send them by fax using the Microsoft Fax, it is also used for exporting cataloged data to other formats, including ASCII files, Excel tables, rich-text RTF documents, HTML documents, external database formats like SQL, XML, CSV, SYLK, or just send it directly to clipboard for pasting to some other application


Requirements

5 MB free hard disk space for program installation and catalogs
Mouse or other Windows-compatible pointing device strongly recommended


Limitations

14-day trial
The total allowed capacity of all media in a single catalog is limited to 2 GB You will not be able to add more disk images to the catalog if the total sum of all media capacities in the catalog already exceeds this limit If you want to add more data, you will have to open a new catalog
Only one catalog can be opened at the time If you would like to work with another catalog, you must close the current one first
Auto-loading catalogs on program startup is disabled Registered users can setup a list of catalogs to load automatically when program is starting, or select to open all catalogs that were opened in the last session
All reports will include a visible message saying they were generated with an unregistered version
Tips on program startup can not be disabled in the unregistered version The first tip will always remind you that you are working with an unregistered shareware program
Script language is only available in registered version Script language is mostly used for unattended catalog updates, or it can perform special tasks on program startup, for example, updating the catalog data when program starts, so you always have the latest state to work with


What's New in This Release

Completely rewritten and redesigned the Properties dialog, with some added functionality The new designed does away with crowded controls, subdialogs etc, and uses about five times less system resources
A disk icon is now shown in top right corner for currently selected item when in categories view mode, offering quick access to disk's details
When scanning NTFS formatted drive, reparse points and symbolic links are no longer followed and re-cataloged, avoiding data duplication and inconsistencies on disk size/usage
Files that are compressed using file system compression ie NTFS are now marked as such in catalog, and show both compressed and real size in the Properties dialog
Update Wizard now checks if application folder is writable, and requests administrator privileges when necessary
Added documentation related to using the program in Windows Vista, with emphasis on User Account Control UAC restrictions likely to encounter
Changed the default locations for catalog files, templates etc Default folders are no longer set as subfolders on the location where WhereIsIt is installed, as this would typically place them inside Program Files folder, causing problems on Windows Vista with UAC Note that this only applies to new installations, existing settings will remain unchanged
Eliminated slowdowns when updating disk images with extremely high count of subfolders within the same parent folder
Adjusted detecting Recycle Bin folder in Windows Vista
Updated IMDB plugin for changed search results formatting on the IMDB web site

 
 
 
 
 
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