file tools


ExtPhr32 – added 7/26/2005

ExtPhr32 extracts every word and every phrase up to a certain length that occurs at least a minimum number of times in a source text and that does not start or end with a stopword.


Appender – added 7/25/2005

Appender allows you to drag and drop files on to it for appending. You will be prompted for the new file name after the files are dropped. The new file will appear in the same directory as the Appender.exe.


TXTcollector – added 7/7/2005

TXTcollector grabs all .txt files from the directory of your choice and combines them into a new (larger) text file. This can come in handy: I use TXTcollector myself to grab a CD full of readme’s to enable me to read them all in one go. Some users find this application perfect for combining their network log files.


ExamDiff – added 7/8/2005

ExamDiff is a Windows tool for visual file comparison. It has a number of simple and convenient features that many users have been asking for a long time from a file comparison tool.


OpenExpert – added 7/8/2005

OpenExpert enables you to specify any number of suitable applications for each file type. In this way, when you open a file, instead of being restricted to using a single pre-determined application, you can easily choose among a list of suitable applications.


Bulk Rename Utility – added 11/4/2003

Bulk Rename Utility allows you to easily rename multiple files and directories, based upon flexible criteria. For example, if you have a whole load of files prefixed with “2002″, you can quickly rename all these to “2003″.


File Renamer – added 9/1/2004

With File Renamer, you can rename all your files like with the DOS command, but with a lot more options. You can numerate files sequentially, batch rename, replace strings, etc. Also has ‘undo’ function.


CDCheck – added 2/15/2005

CDCheck functions as a utility for the prevention, detection and recovery of damaged files on CD-ROMs with an emphasis on error detection. With CDCheck you can check your CDs and discover which files are corrupted.


dirhtml – added 2/28/2004

Dirhtml creates index.html files from a directory list using the GUI or command line, optionally including HTML code of your own design at any point in the generated file. With dirhtml, your index.html files can be unique and arbitrarily complex.


FileASSASSIN – added 1/24/2007

FileASSASSIN can delete locked malware files on your system. It uses advanced techniques to unload modules, close remote handles, and terminate processes to allow the removal of the file. Start FileASSASSIN and select a file by dragging it onto the text area or select it using the (…) button. Next, select a removal method from the list. Finally, click delete and the removal process will commence.

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