In the start it was the Chaos, later appeared Gaia (the Land) that it gave to the Chaos (that did not have limit) a direction, that is, limited it space, installing the soil, place the wonder and the misery of the life of the man!
With GAIA it is possible mapear the all archives in removable disk, CD-ROM, floppies and others. The mapping shown in a tree as of the Windows Explorer the contend of all medias with its respective archives.
The GAIA allows that you insert a description for each mapped file, a long text that can contain words key for use in search later.
In the research screen it is possible search for archives in all mapped media,
GAIA keeps to the data from archives and medias in a database, what it facilitates the search process.
TurboSplit TurboSplit is an ultra-fast file splitter that splits large files into smaller pieces so that they can fit on multiple tape cartridges, CDs, ZIP diskettes, floppy disks, or be sent by email. Pieces can be joined without the need for TurboSplit.
PathFileTwirler Mass file processing to rename, move, copy files with following features:
mix path and filenamecomponents to a new filename and location;
integrate mp3-id tag information in the new filenames, and more.
CoolKeys Hotkeys that improve the way that MS Windows works.
Dialog Box Assistant Waste a lot of time while opening and saving files? Dialog Box Assistant greatly speeds up access to your data.
CloneSensor CloneSensor is a very different duplicate file finder with a view to organizing the collections of files. It has ultra fast searching speed with optimized algorithm and provides many batch processing commands to find and delete duplicate files.
filesCatalog filesCatalog is a cataloguer of files located on disk, compact disks (DVD, CD), diskette, ZIP and tape drives and other storage media.
File size: 1,332 K Platforms: Windows XP/ME/NT/2000/98/95 Downloads: 55
The GAIA creates a tree with all the archives of removable medias including CD-ROM, Floppies, fixed records and Network Drive. Allowing the fast localization of the file in media, searching for name or description of the archive.