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 Simple Directory Analyzer 1.0


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Simple Directory Analyzer is a free small .NET based utility which helps you to analyze the contents of any folder on your system. Get file listing for the selected folder, find out what are the most common file types in the folder, get the list of duplicate files, check the biggest files in the folder, create reports!
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File Name Simple Directory Analyzer 1.0 added by marko
Submitted Jan 10 2009, 12:29 AM
Last Updated Jan 10 2009, 12:29 AM
File Type  (zip - application/zip)
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File Size 356.62K (Estimated Download Times)
Views 305
Downloads 23
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Author's Site http://www.simpledirectoryanalyzer.tk/
Will Run On 2000/XP/Vista
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