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Windows 7: Is there a program for viewing all folder,subfolder,and files at once

07 Nov 2014   #1

Windows 7 Enterprise
Is there a program for viewing all folder,subfolder,and files at once


I have *a lot* of folders, sub folder, and files, on my work pc. A lot of the files have similar names, and I have lost control over where I have my files. I use a lot of time to open and close each folder and sub folder to find my files.

I need a program that will, without me clicking each folder and sub folder, open/show *ALL* folders, sub folders, and files within the folders and sub folders, at once, so that I can get a complete overview over where my files are located.

Is there such a program?

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07 Nov 2014   #2
Mark Phelps

Win7 Pro 32-bit, Win8 Pro 32-bit

DirectoryOpus has something known as Flat View:
a mode you can turn on in a Lister that enables you to view all the contents of a folder's sub-folders at once. In effect it collapses, or flattens, the display of a nested hierarchy of folders and files into a single folder.
But, it is not free; instead, you have to purchase it online.
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08 Nov 2014   #3

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

try this : open a command prompt and navigate to the desired folder, then type the underlined :

C:\>tree /f /a

if lots of data you may output results to a file thus:

C:\>tree /f /a > filename.txt
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