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September 3th, 1999

[1:45 PM]
What's On Your Hard Drive?
POLsoft has announced the release of FileIndexer 1.0, a handy utility for finding and categorizing files on your hard drive. Better yet, FileIndexer 1.0 is free. According to POLsoft:

I would like to announce the release of FileIndexer v1.0, from POLsoft. FileIndexer allows you to (1) Index all the files on your hard drive, (2) Display statistical information about each individual file, (3a) Create an alias of each file on your hard drive, (3b) Sort the aliases by type in a folder. Great for finding files of one type (i.e., "APPL," "PICT," "TEXT," "GIFf," etc.) or finding files you never knew you had. Fast, easy, efficient, and free. Recommended for experienced Mac users.

You can find more information and download links for FileIndexer at the company's web site.


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