|Date: 01 September 2012|
|Size: 8.00 MB|
|Price: 14 day free trial, $39.95|
|Note: WhereIsIt? provides access to the contents of any media you have from a cataloged database...|
|Editor's Rating: 4/5|
WhereIsIt? 2012 is an application written for 32-bit Windows operating systems, designed to help you maintain and organize a catalog of your computer media collection, including CD-ROMs, audio CDs, diskettes, removable drives, hard drives, network drives, DVDs, or any other media that Windows can access as a drive. The most basic goal for WhereIsIt is to provide access to the contents of any media you have from a cataloged database, even if the media itself is not available on the system - you can browse lists of files and folders, search by any criteria, use descriptions, thumbnails, categories, flags, etc.
WhereIsIt can be used to handle any kind of data, including downloaded programs, magazine CD-ROMs, music collections like MP3s or audio CDs, graphics collections, document backups, etc. WhereIsIt can handle lots of them, too, a couple hundreds or thousands disks in a catalog is nothing unusual, yet catalogs remain reasonably small, single-filed and easy to transfer or send to other users. You can also create more than one catalog, and at any time open and work with as many catalogs at once as needed.
WhereIsIt 2011 is easy to use for both beginners and advanced users. It features a familiar and well thought-out, Explorer-like user interface, combined with strong searching and reporting capabilities, multi-language support, automated description and thumbnails importing through extendable plugins from more than 70 different sources, and much more.
(WhereIsIt? version 2012 build 901)
- Minor maintenance release.
- Added a new pair of plugins: a description and a thumbnail plugin for EPUB E-Books format, extracting basic details, contents index, and included cover image as a thumbnail.
- If program settings are imported from external source to currently active storage (registry or config file), imported settings are now dynamically applied and are immediatelly visible in the Options dialog.
- Tray icon is now restored after Explorer crashes and restarts.
- Exporting descriptions: for FTP index format, 00INDEX.TXT is used instead of INDEX_00.TXT. 00INDEX.TXT appears to be more commonly used presently, although both versions can be found.
- Advanced searching by size: fixed editing previously entered criteria.
- VideoThumbnailsPlugin: minor internal changes in the config dialog.
- Other miscellaneous minor adjustments and improvements