Directory Toolkit

Directory Toolkit 6.7

Directory Toolkit displays a single or side-by-side directory comparison
 
6.7 (See all)

Directory Toolkit is a multitasked tool and file utility that is used for windows 95/98/ME NT/2000/2003 and XP. It's useful when using more than one file or directory or using ZIP, TAR, GZ, CAB, or LZ archives.
It shows color-coded directory comparison for equal, missing or different files. You can rename move or copy files while saving long filenames.
The program allows you to easily create & manage files, which are in all archive forms. There’s no need for manually extract files because the tool's compare function will work that for you. Directory comparisons are either based on dates or binary file analysis.
Advanced users and administrators will be able to process many comparisons and synchronize operations with a script file.
View menu then save current settings to create short scripts on the fly.
Other features: explorer compatible OLE drag n drop, customizable toolbar, encode and decode, base 64 (mime), bin hex files, quote-printable, XXE files, split files to/from diskettes, file compare viewer, touch files, duplicate files finder, physically safe directories, wild card functions, file opening and application launcher.
Find missing files.
Archive and general manager.
Automatic encoding method for the decoding operations.
Easy and fast to use.
Removes and updates duplicate files.
Context sensitive help.
Earning superb reviews.
Drag n drop files directories and ZIP to/from explorer.
Friendly for zipping programs on your system.
Availability of international versions, fax, mail and phone orders.

Luis Sanchez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Support in 9 languages

Cons

  • Slow scan of drives
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