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#1 marko

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    Posted 28 May 2010 - 09:36 AM

    File Name: FileToFolder
    File Submitter: marko
    File Submitted: 28 May 2010
    File Updated: 28 Sep 2010
    File Category: File & Disk Management
    Version No: 2.0
    Will Run On: 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7

    Creates a Folder from any File and moves that File to its newly created Folder. Primary Driver for this Application was the need to shift movies into their own folders to hold their metadata.

    Running the Application, you can select at root level and include all sub-folders or register the application with the shell and "right-click" on any group of files to create their own folders and immediately move them into their new folders.

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    #2 bolgwrad

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      Posted 30 September 2010 - 01:19 PM

      I love utilities like this, that add a function to the context menu that you wish had been included in the first place. The context menu extension of FiletoFolder lets you bypass the whole "Right-Click... New... Folder... type name... select files... copy..." performance that you go through trying to organise media, backups and downloads. There's also a standalone GUI for those days when you feel like reorganising your whole system, eg when your hard drive gets hosed and you realise your backup structure is completely wrong.

      It doesn't offer any options in use; just right-click a file, select FtoF, and that's it. The file's in a folder named after the file. And if you select multiple files, it'll create a folder for each single one without waiting for confirmation - surely something to be corrected in a later version. Also be aware that you need to install .NET framework 4.0 before it'll work.

      But it's nice to see people still coming up with useful - if a bit marginal - Windows enhancements that haven't been done before.






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