Windows tool to copy or delete files and folders with path too long error
Windows tool to copy or delete files and folders with filename too long error. Just browse to the file and press a button to copy or detele it, thats it! The application solves the problem with inability to delete files and folders with long paths.
Can detect a lot of hard drives troubles and give a solution for them
Can detect a lot of hard drives troubles and give a solution for them: - Monitor hard drives health, performance and temperature; - Defragmemt and clean hard drives and registry; Show hdd activity, temperature, performance and health in tray icons
Feature-rich dynamic disk/volume management software and magic disk converter.
As feature-rich dynamic disk & dynamic volume management software and excellent disk converter, AOMEI Dynamic Disk Manager Pro Edition is especially designed for small business users who run Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2000 (32& 64-bit) Operating System
Simplifies the comparison / verification / synchronization status of folders.
Simplifies the comparison / verification / synchronization status of two different directories on any media (local drives, network drives, writable CD's, Compact Flash and electronic media, any drive/disk or device managed as valid windows pathnames)
Dual directory file manager with zip support, text editor, viewer.
Windows file manager with dual directory display, built-in file viewer, text editor, and zip support. Copy, move, delete, wipe, rename, compare, split, join, execute, sort, print, and search files. Set datestamps and attributes.
Easily split larger files with this simple File Splitter
A nice windows tool to split / join larger files to fit onto disk or use in eMails. Split large files and send it in chunks. Comes with several pre-defined settings as well as custom size. Rebrandable Version Available.
HDD Health is a full-featured failure-prediction agent.
HDD Health with SSD drives support is a full-featured failure-prediction agent for machines using Windows 95, 98, NT, Me, 2000 and XP. Sitting in the system tray, it monitors hard disks and alerts you to impending failure.