Dir2Mht

Dir2Mht crack/keygen

Version 2.1
Updated Aug 25th 2015
Company
Rating 2.3
411 2.3
Crack Size 1.7 MB
Downloads 4211
Systems Windows All
Category office-tools

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Dir2Mht

Dir2Mht is a file listing tool capable of generating MHT web archives and XML files with information on all files from a specified directory and its subdirectories. It doesn't contain complicated options or configuration settings, so it can be handled by anyone with ease. Installation is not required.

It's wrapped in a classical interface made from a single window that shows all options provided by Dir2Mht. The GUI isn't made to be attractive but focuses on functionality instead.

You can get started by indicating a directory, in order to view file contents, including the size and date of last modification for each item. By default, files from subfolders are excluded, and this option can be activated with one click. Moreover, you can ask the utility to get basic information about MP3 audio tracks (duration and bit rate).

The file listing is immediately generated in the main window, and you can select the columns to show between size, date, duration and bit rate, as well as sort all items by any column.

It's possible to copy to the Clipboard all shown data or just the one of selected files (in tab-delimited CSV format). Otherwise, you can save details to file as a web archive (MHT), generic XML, or XML with defined XSLT template. Apart from the fact that you can copy files with their full paths instead of only their names, there are no other notable options available here.

The tool carried out tasks swiftly in our tests, without freezing, crashing or showing errors. It left a small footprint on system resources, using low CPU and RAM. Although it's not particularly feature-rich, Dir2Mht Crack turns out to be pretty reliable at quickly putting together file lists from specified directories.

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