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Windows 7: Windows XP - Show How Many Songs Are In All Folders

10 Feb 2011   #1

Windows 7...Ultimate x64
Windows XP - Show How Many Songs Are In All Folders

Hallo, I just did a backup of my ipod ( all the songs and such ) but am not sure if the program I used backed up ALL my music. The program that I used created folders based on different artists. There are too many songs in the folders to count to see if the program did indeed back up all my music. I have 326 songs.

Selecting all the folders, and right clicking does not tell me how many songs there are total in all the folders( just tells me how many folders there much space it takes up...).
Does anyone know of a program that tells you additional information about folders when you select them so I can know how many songs are in many multiple folders?
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11 Feb 2011   #2

Windows 7...Ultimate x64

Hm. No one has replyed, so I did this manually...what a pain in the butt to count all my songs...All 326 songs were there it seems( 197 folders to go through...) and I counted twice to be sure .
I like sharepod ^^ it backed up all of my ipods songs onto my computer ( something itunes cannot do XD )

EDIT: It took me one post to go from being a member to being a senior member? O WOW ^^
That is so cool =P
99 Posts = Member
100 Posts = Senior Member
It was so cool, one post on my screen said 99 Posts member
My newer post said 100 Posts Senior Member.
( they were both on the same screen so cool )
Anyways, I will guess the only way to do this is an hour or 2 hour of counting songs...
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