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 Mirror Folders 1.02
May 6 2010, 02:28 PM
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File Name: Mirror Folders 1.02
File Submitter: marko
File Submitted: 6 May 2010
File Category: File & Disk Management
Will Run On: XP/Vista/7

Mirror Folders is a free tool for Windows. It integrates with the Windows Explorer and extends its context menu. Its purpose is quick mirroring of the folder structure between two root folders. These two root folders are symmetry axis of the mirror.

If you open the context menu of Windows Explorer on some subfolder of the first root folder, Mirror Folders tool searches for a folder in the second root folder, which is alike nested as the subfolder of the first root folder. Is the other subfolder found, it will be opened. Otherwise it will be created, keeping the same folder hierarchy as for the subfolder in the first root folder. Both subfolders are mirrored.

The file serial.txt with the serial number to your setup.exe should not be placed in the same public folder, simply for security reasons. This file should be located in the folder C:\Local\private which is strictly private and encrypted. How could it be possible, to have a quick access to these both files, without tedious navigating through the folder tree?

You link two root folders in the Mirror Folders tool. The first root folder is C:\Local\public and the second one is C:\Local\private. You build the mirror. In the folder, where your setup.exe is located, on the public side of the mirror, you open the context menu of the Windows Explorer. There you can open the folder on the private side of the mirror, where your serial.txt is saved. In such a way you can jump between the private and the public mirror side back and forth.

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