Broken X Disk Manager is a free trial software application from the File & Disk Management subcategory, part of the System Utilities category.
The app is currently available in English, German and it was last updated on 2016-03-28. The program can be installed on WinVista x86, WinVista x64, Win7 x86, Win7 x64, Win8 x86, Win8 x64, Win10 x86, Win10 x64.
Manage your disks, single directories or network shares with this comfortable disk catalog. The file structure is stored in a compact database and can be viewed liked in Windows Explorer. The program can even catalog the contents or ACE, ARJ, CAB, JAR, RAR, TAR and ZIP archives. You can easily manage your data by using folders or categories. Give items in your database a description, a comment, an image thumbnail or other information, to find and identify them faster. Let the program create audio previews for multimedia files. Add password-protection to protect items in your catalog.
To search for files, you can open multiple search dialogs with options for date, size, categories and extra information. The fast search function also supports wildcards. Once you found a file, you can open or copy it directly from within the program.
The program can automatically create descriptions for some file types, e.g. MP3s and WMAs. This feature is extensible by plugins. For Audio CDs, the program can query information from freedb CD database, either directly when scanning a disc or as a batch run for multiple discs, or read it from cdplayer.ini or CD Text. To export or print data stored in your database, you can create customizable reports, which can even show user-defined columns for information stored in file names. The program is fully Unicode capable.
Broken X Disk Manager (version 4.12) has a file size of 2.56 MB and is available for download from our website.
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