I would like to have index of files which are stored on my 'off-line' media devices (external HDD's, SD cards, DVD's, CD's, floppy disks ;). So if there is an app using which I can know what file/directory is stored on which media (once they were scanned) without painful process of connecting them to my PC one-after-another and searching their content. Maybe such file database would have 10,000,000+ records, but I don't care.
Is there a software which can scan and keep basic information of files stored on removable media, so I can relatively easily determine which external HDD, SD card, DVD, CD, ... I have to grab when I need some file I stored there in the past?
- ability to scan content of connected removable media (scanning of selected network folders would be welcome, too)
- search in database by file name, path name, file date or other common attributes
- search for duplicates based on common file attributes
- scanning files in ZIP archives would be a nice option, too
Platform: preferably Windows (still you can share valuable advices for other platforms)
Price: preferably free or up to $50